The various health benefits of bitter leaf in pregnancy can make for a healthy extremely mother. Therefore, Bitter leaf Capsules, are a must consume vitamin while pregnant.

Common Health Problems in Pregnancy

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Cramps

Leg and foot cramps are most common during the second half of your pregnancy and usually happen at night.

Urinary frequency is when you need to urinate (pass urine) more often than usual. This can be a problem in the first 12–14 weeks of pregnancy. After this, urinary frequency is not usually a problem until the last weeks of your pregnancy, when the baby’s head sinks lower into the pelvis ready for delivery.

Urinary Frequency – needing to pass urine often

 Urinary frequency is when you need to urinate (pass urine) more often than usual. This can be a problem in the first 12–14 weeks of pregnancy. After this, urinary frequency is not usually a problem until the last weeks of your pregnancy, when the baby’s head sinks lower into the pelvis ready for delivery.

Urinary Stress Incontinence – leaking urine

When you are pregnant, you may leak a little bit of urine when you cough or laugh. This problem is called urinary stress incontinence, and it tends to become more of a problem later in pregnancy.

Heartburn and indigestion

Heartburn is a very common and uncomfortable problem during pregnancy.

Blocked nose

Many women find their nose becomes blocked up and runny, and sometimes bleeds for no obvious reason. This is probably because of pregnancy hormones, which cause the delicate lining of the nose to soften and swell.

How Bitter Leaf Helps

Herbal tree Nan Fui Chao (Vernonia amygdalina)
  • Rich In Nutrients
  • Source Of Fiber
  • Better Digestive
  • Fetus Development
  • Brain Development
  • Bone Strength
  • Heart Development
  • Add Energy
  • Muscle Strength
  • Body Metabolism

Bitter Leaf Soup

Bitter leaf soup is good for the health, however there are also some side effects on this soup. Therefore, mainly pregnant women, should concern to the below recommendations before consuming the soup:

  • Chicken may lead into allergically condition such as itchiness, redness skin and even swollen face. Therefore, it this symptoms happen, it is better to avoid consume the soup with added chicken. To avoid it better to consume the bitter leaf soup without other side dish.
  • Too much consume of the soup can lead to diarrhea, as the soup is high in fiber and can optimize the digestive system. Therefore, consume as necessary and not too much.
  • Pregnant woman under some specific medical treatment shall ask the doctor first before consume the soup to avoid any interfere in medical prescription.
  • The soup might contain high cholesterol. Therefore, pregnant woman with high cholesterol number suggested to consume the soup without added chicken.

*The information you read is researchable and open to public knowledge

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DO NOT TAKE BITTER LEAF CAPSULE WHEN PREGNANT

While Bitter Leaf Capsule can help you deal with many serious illnesses, we highly advise Pregnant women to NOT take Bitter Leaf Capsule, because bitter leaf stimulates the uterus, and if a pregnant woman takes this capsule, even as a supplement, it can cause serious consequences that may cause miscarriage and other pregnancy complications.

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