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I had  my embryo transfer done on friday i.e, 7th feb. 2020 , just wanted to know ,can I eat boiled potato ka vegetable ,will it cause anything to my embryo ?
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Yes you can take but I would like to suggest you, you must consult with your physician.
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Yes u can eat it... nothing to worry.
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Better to consult your doctor or Share reports
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Don't worry. U can take it. Take care.
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Hi , every food like potato veggies can be eat .no problem just avoid pinaple, papaya, soya,spicy massala
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Better avoid gaseous oriented food for betterment
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Yeah you can take in limit......well if you need detailed things and precautions Take my consultation properly
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Yes u can. There is no problem.
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