How To Maintain Nutritional Intake While At Promil?
Hello. R n r nI want to ask, how to maintain nutritional intake u0026amp; our food when we are promilating herbal products? r nAnd I had my period last month on the 17th, finished on the 22nd. This month I haven’t had my period. Can you say it’s late because of promil?
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Adequate nutritional intake also supports pregnancy planning. In fact, as long as you are sure you can meet your nutritional needs through consuming healthy foods, taking additional supplements, including herbal products is not a must. Since we don't know what herbal product you mean and what its ingredients are, we are not authorized to recommend its use. We recommend that you avoid taking any supplements or herbal products in the long term without a previous doctor's examination.
To maintain fertility, you and your partner are strongly advised to increase the consumption of foods rich in folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and other antioxidants. In addition, you also need to balance the consumption of the above foods with other food sources with high nutritional value, vegetables, fruits, and enough water. Here are some foods that are recommended for consumption in the pregnancy planning process:
Poultry Fish Meat High protein plants, such as soybeans, peas, peanuts Milk Complex carbohydrates, for example brown rice, wheat, whole grains cereals Eggs Green vegetables, etc. In addition to maintaining nutritional intake, also optimize your pregnancy planning efforts. and couples routinely have sexual intercourse every 2 to 3 days, especially during the fertile period. Always keep your lifestyle healthy and balanced, starting from sleeping more regularly, avoiding excessive stress, exercising more regularly, reducing caffeine consumption, staying away from cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs. Also do routine health checks, including fertility checks to an obstetrician.
Late menstruation can occur due to various factors, one of which is pregnancy. In addition, it can also be delayed menstruation due to hormonal imbalances, for example when you are experiencing stress, fatigue, a very drastic weight loss or gain, eating disorders, doing too much exercise, drug side effects, or also suffering from an illness. diseases of the reproductive organs, thyroid gland, pituitary gland, and so on. To distinguish late menstruation caused by pregnancy from other possible causes as mentioned above, you can do a testpack or go to an obstetrician directly for an ultrasound.
Food to maintain and increase fertility
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah