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Diet and Exercise:Is it Safe to Eat Fig during Pregnancy?
2016-09-26
Name: Editor Is it healthy to eat figs during pregnancy? Is it harmful to eat figs during pregnancy? What are the benefits of eating figs during pregnancy?

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2016-10-04
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Name: Heena
Subject:  RE:Is it Safe to Eat Fig during Pregnancy?
Hi If you dont have any sort of allergy or infection due to fig you can go ahead and have it. There are many people who are allergic to fig and avoid it during pregnancy for safer side.
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2016-10-04
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Name: Priya
Subject:  RE:Is it Safe to Eat Fig during Pregnancy?
Hi Yes fig is good for health and specially during pregnancy as it will contains enough amount of proteins which will protect you from cancer at the same time improve the vision of the child.
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2016-10-04
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Name: Neeta
Subject:  RE:Is it Safe to Eat Fig during Pregnancy?
Hi I am a gynec and i would say all the vegetables are good to have during pregnancy as all of them are healthy enough and provides you benefit in some or the other ways. So stop worrying.
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