Food Abstinence For People With Preeclampsia?
Good evening .. r nI am risa, I just happened to have given birth by sc due to preeclampsia at 33 weeks of gestation. R nNow I’m also breastfeeding because my baby can’t drink surfor milk at this time. R n Is it okay to eat salt after giving birth due to preeclampsia? And should I not eat meat or anything that triggers high blood pressure? R nBecause when I was treated for a week after giving birth the doctor told me not to have any restrictions. R nBut my family advised me to only eat plain, plain vegetables and tofu. tempeh or boiled fish.
From the information you have conveyed, the incidence of preeclampsia under certain conditions can still continue after delivery. So that after you give birth, an evaluation of the risk of high blood pressure will also be done to determine the recovery period. For the recovery period or during the puerperium, you should keep or limit the types of foods that can cause your blood pressure to increase, such as:
1. salty food, noodles, meatballs, fried rice. Limit not too often and not too much, especially if your blood pressure has not returned to normal
2. Avoid or limit coffee drinks, packaged instant drinks, or soft drinks, especially if your blood pressure is still above normal values.
3. avoid sleeping late at night
4. avoid stress
5. enough healthy food
Therefore, the results of your blood pressure evaluation and physical recovery will help you determine to what extent you can eat certain foods.
Reconsider with your obstetrician especially according to your control schedule. Your doctor will perform an examination and evaluation to determine your recovery period.
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