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    plz tell me that k after rgnancy 1 month k baad kia kia diet honi chahiye mother ki and baby is so week so kese treat krni hogi and im so weak kia kron k sahi hojaon?koi medicne kha sakti ho k nahi koi help kre plzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Re: mother and baby health issue

    Originally posted by bhatkti rooh View Post
    plz tell me that k after rgnancy 1 month k baad kia kia diet honi chahiye mother ki and baby is so week so kese treat krni hogi and im so weak kia kron k sahi hojaon?koi medicne kha sakti ho k nahi koi help kre plzzzzzzzzzzzz
    I wish you and your baby a quick recovery Insha Allah!

    here is what I found on the internet:

    12 Super-Foods for New Moms

    Post-Pregnancy Diet: 12 Foods for New Moms
    Try to make these healthy foods a regular part of your diet.

    There's no such thing as a perfect food. But salmon is pretty close to it when it comes to a nutritional powerhouse for new moms. Salmon, like other fatty fish, is loaded with a type of fat called DHA. DHA is crucial to the development of your baby's nervous system. All breast milk contains DHA, but levels of it are higher in the milk of women who get more DHA from their diets.
    The DHA in salmon may also help your mood. Studies suggest it may play a role in preventing postpartum depression.
    One caution: The FDA recommends that breastfeeding women, women who are pregnant, and women who might get pregnant limit how much salmon they eat. The guidelines recommend an average of 12 ounces, or the equivalent of two main servings, per week. The reason is to limit the amount mercury your new child is exposed to.
    The mercury level in salmon is considered low. Some other fish, such as swordfish or mackerel, have a high amount of mercury and should be avoided altogether. The 12 ounces are an average. Eating more in 1 week -- such as having three servings instead of two -- won't hurt as long as you eat less the following week.
    Low-Fat Dairy Products

    Whether you prefer yogurt, milk, or cheese, dairy products are an important part of healthy breastfeeding. Milk delivers a boost of bone-strengthening vitamin D. In addition to providing protein and B vitamins, dairy products are one of the best sources of calcium. If you're breastfeeding, your milk is loaded with calcium to help your baby's bones develop, so it's important for you to eat enough calcium to meet your own needs. Try including at least three cups of dairy each day in your diet.
    Lean Beef

    Boost your energy as a new mom with iron-rich foods like lean beef. A lack of iron can drain your energy levels, making it hard for you to keep up with the demands of a newborn baby.
    Nursing moms need to eat extra protein and vitamin B-12. Lean beef is an excellent source for both.


    Iron-rich beans, particularly dark-colored ones like black beans and kidney beans, are a great breastfeeding food, especially for vegetarians. Theyíre a budget-friendly source of high quality, non-animal protein.

    Breastfeeding moms should be sure to get two or more servings of fruit or juice each day. Blueberries are an excellent choice to help you meet your needs. These satisfying and yummy berries are filled with good-for-you vitamins and minerals, and they give you a healthy dose of carbohydrates to keep your energy levels high.
    Brown Rice

    You might be tempted to cut back on carbs to help lose the baby weight. Donít. Losing weight too quickly may cause you to make less milk and leave you feeling sluggish. Mix healthy, whole-grain carbs like brown rice into your diet to keep your energy levels up. Foods like brown rice provide your body the calories it needs to make the best-quality milk for your baby.

    Portable and nutritious, oranges are a great food to boost energy. Oranges and other citrus fruits are excellent breastfeeding foods, since nursing moms need more vitamin C than pregnant women. Can't find time to sit down for a snack? Sip on some orange juice as you go about your day -- you'll get the vitamin C benefit, and you can opt for calcium-fortified varieties to get even more out of your drink.

    Eggs are a versatile way to meet your daily protein needs. Scramble a couple of eggs for breakfast, toss a hard-boiled egg or two on your lunchtime salad, or have an omelet and salad for dinner. Opt for DHA-fortified eggs to boost the level of this essential fatty acid in your milk.
    Whole-Wheat Bread

    Folic acid is crucial to your baby's development in the early stages of pregnancy. But its importance doesn't end there. Folic acid is an important nutrient in your breast milk that your baby needs for good health, and it's crucial you eat enough for your own well-being, too. Enriched whole-grain breads and pastas are fortified with it, and also give you a healthy dose of fiber and iron.
    Leafy Greens

    Leafy green veggies like spinach, Swiss chard, and broccoli are filled with vitamin A, which is good for you and your baby. The benefits donít stop there. They're a good non-dairy source of calcium and contain vitamin C and iron. Green veggies are also filled with heart-healthy antioxidants and are low in calories.
    Whole-Grain Cereal

    After yet another sleepless night, one of the best foods to boost energy for new moms in the morning is a healthy breakfast of whole-grain cereal. Many cold cereals are fortified with essential vitamins and nutrients to help you meet your daily needs. Whip up a healthy, hot breakfast by stirring blueberries and skim milk into a delicious serving of oatmeal.

    Breastfeeding moms are especially at risk for energy-draining dehydration. To keep your energy levels and milk production up, make sure you stay well-hydrated. You can vary your options and meet some of your fluid requirements by drinking juice and milk. But be careful when it comes to caffeinated drinks like coffee or tea. Have no more than 2-3 cups a day, or switch to decaf. Caffeine enters your breast milk and can cause your baby to become irritable and sleep poorly.
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      Re: mother and baby health issue

      Dalya Khain ! Aur kalay channay! Dalya دلیا!
      Is may Murghi ki yakhni dal kar khain!


        Re: mother and baby health issue

        Eat desi-ghee, nuts (walnuts, cashews etc), oatmeal and whole milk. Eat well. Your health and diet will make your baby healthy and strong as well, through breastmilk.


          Re: mother and baby health issue

          panjeeri khaye... mother feed kay saaath saath ... formula milk bhi dijuye...
          doodh supply barhany kay liye... phool makhanay khaye...

          har feed say pehlay apna app ko hydrate karlian doodh dahi ka pani pee kar....
          c-section hai to pain killer say pehly pain ko kam kijiye... aur halki phulki giza kahye...

          bachy ki maalish karin.... maheenay do maheenay main bacha sehat pakar lai ga...