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Hello doctor a pregnant lady can consumer protinex powder as protein supplement with out any problem is it good for baby ?
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Things need detailed information about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle then we can discuss things further and suggest anything choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help.
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There are much better protien powder which are more beneficial but the primary reason to it has to be know.
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via practo or call me directly
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Hello, First of all Wishing you all the very best for your pregnancy... In pregnancy please follow certain protocol like 1. No Raw food 2. No un washed fruits or vegetables 3. Un cooked or partly cooked meat or chicken or fish is not acceptable. 4. Artificial colours, artificial flavour & artificial taste is to be avoided.. 5. Some vegetables & fruit are totally myth about pregnancy Nutrition,  but since it's a matter of happiness, the age old advice may be abide by but 6. Animal protein & plant proteins must be there in your diet plan For personalised diet plan you can contact me at Practo online consultation, or Google search Dietitian Souvik Chakraborty and team For further information and questions. 24x7 Support would be provided over telephone or whatsapp by Best Dietitian in Kolkata & Nation. Thank you Dt.Souvik
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Hello user Sure ,we will help you She can take but for better prescription we  we need some information like . Vitals . Purpose . Medical history . Family history . Occupation . Physical activity . Daily routine And many more So, if you want to contact us,you can contact us directly thru the link below or via Practo
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Hi there! Yes, no harm in having protinex as such. However, with pregnancy, the demands for a lot of nutrients, including Proteins goes high. So getting a thorough guidance on the right nutrition for your wife is what i would suggest.
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Hello, Thank you for your queries. Yes you can take protein powder like pro PL, mama protinex, mother Horlicks with balanced diet. Thankyou
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Greetings!   It is not recommended to start with any supplements without the consent of a medical practitioner during pregnancy. Kindly consult with your gynaecologist before starting any supplement.
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