Nutrition Role in Women Fertility
Department of OBGYN PT, Institute of Hormonalwings, India
*Corresponding Author: Deeksha Singh, Department of OBGYN PT, Institute of Hormonalwings, India.
July 04, 2022; Published: July 27, 2022
Introduction: I have treated thousands of pregnant women over the years. It is a honour to be a doctor, friend during their most miraculous time of their lifetime. I have worked on diet of many women from their planning days to postpartum journey.
Intervention: So basically, this article cover my experience as diet planner with my pregnant women’s throughout I met in my clinic. So nutrition for fertility cover diet for conceiving baby, pregnancy three trimester, postpartum and breastfeeding mom. So advance congratulations from my side for being planning or pregnant already with your baby.
Conclusion: Step by step we will be detailed everything about essential and non-essential nutrition journey of women’s gestation times to avoid discomfort through right diet. There is relationship between diet and healthy pregnancy journey of women.
Keywords: Pregnancy; Fertility; Diet; Nutrition; Breastfeeding
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