The Effect Of Calcium Lactate Consumption On The Development Of Children In The Womb?
Hello, during pregnancy, I was given a calf by the doctor but I did not finish it. How will it affect my child’s development? Will it affect the bones and muscles in the future? If so, is there a solution to prevent a negative impact on future growth and development? now my baby girl is 4 weeks old. At birth BB 3400 gr and PB 50 cm. R nThank you
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Calcium Lactate or Calcium is a supplement to meet the body's calcium needs. This drug is generally intended for someone who is at risk of experiencing hypocalcemia / low calcium levels. When pregnant, the body requires a sufficiently large amount of calcium for the formation of baby's organs, especially bones and teeth and is useful in the development of the fetal heart, muscles and blood vessels. In addition, calcium can reduce the risk of developing hypertension during pregnancy, which is a dangerous condition for pregnant women and their fetuses.
The use of calcium in pregnant women requires between 1000-2000 mg a day. Sources of calcium are not only obtained from supporting supplements, but can be obtained from daily food. Calcium is found in many food products such as milk, cheese, yogurt, tofu, and vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, beans, soybeans, etc.
Lack and excess of calcium is also not good for the body. But you don't need to worry about your child's condition. As long as its growth and development is in accordance with the KMS chart, there is no need to worry. Enough your baby's nutritional needs with exclusive breastfeeding every day. Breast milk is the best food for babies because it contains essential nutrients that are balanced for the development of the baby's brain and body as well as the growth of bones and teeth. If necessary, consult your pediatrician for more complete information.
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