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You have already prepared comfortable clothes for yourself and your baby, hygiene items, as well as a lot of useful and necessary trifles. Regnancy diet.
All this is useful during the stay in the hospital, but there is another important point — food.
Therefore, your family will want to bring you something delicious.
They will want to please you with something especially tasty and unusual. But not all tasty foods and festive dishes are allowed in the last days of pregnancy and at first after the birth.
In some maternity hospitals, transfers are checked, skipping only what is allowed. It is better to prepare for this in advance, so as not to spend extra money and not buy expensive fruits and delicacies, which are certainly contraindicated to a pregnant or a young mother.
But even if the transmissions are not checked, you better know which products are safe and which ones should be avoided.
After all, it’s not a matter of invented prohibitions, but in real harm, which can be
Cause yourself and your baby by eating something that is not right.
We list the products that can be transmitted to pregnant women lying in the prenatal department.
This milk is pasteurized (1 liter per day), kefir (1 liter), cream (250 g), cheese
(100 g), sugar (200 g), sweets (marshmallow, pastille), honey, jam, jam (300 g), fruits and berries (1 kg), biscuits are not easy (300 g), juices, Compotes (1 liter), mineral water (1 liter).
But the list of what can not be brought to the hospital: confectionery products with cream, ice cream, coffee, chocolate, herring and salted fish, mushrooms, pickled products, smoked products, meat and fish canned food, sausages.
If we consider that in the department of pathology and in the prenatal department there are usually women who have some problems with pregnancy, then we must admit that these restrictions are fully justified.
For young mothers who are in the puerperal ward, there is a separate list.
And it turns out to be even more stringent than the above.
After all, all the foods consumed by a young mother affect the composition of breast milk and can have an undesirable effect on the infant’s digestive system.
So, young mothers are recommended: milk pasteurized (1 liter per day), kefir (1 liter), cream (250 g), creamy mild cheese, butter (100 g), sugar (200 g), bananas, green apples (1 Kg).
Do not bring to the postpartum department all kinds of confectionery, juices, compotes, jam, jam, condensed milk, citrus fruits, yogurts, sweet cheese masses, tomatoes, cabbage, grapes, kiwi, mineral waters with gas. These restrictions should be followed in
The first week or two after delivery. Then in the menu you can gradually introduce the usual products, carefully watching the reaction of the child.