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I got married in 2014 and became a mother in 2019 at the age of 32. All my relatives, including my in-laws and parents, were adamant that I should embrace motherhood soon, as any delay would affect my fertility and so on. But, my husband and I were sure that we didn’t want a baby now, and we would plan it when we were mentally ready to be parents. After a few years when we were certain to enjoy parenthood, the first thing I did was eating the right food, to ensure I’m not vitamin, calcium or iron deficient. I literally prepared my body, so I can be a healthy mother and worked towards minimal medical consequences. Having lots of fruits, green vegetables, juices, supplements and daily exercises, not only helped me to get pregnant naturally (considering our hectic schedules) but this was also the greatest advantage, which my baby enjoyed in my womb. My pre-pregnancy nutrition diet proved to be a boon for both of us (my baby and I) that helped me to keep active during all nine months and led to my normal delivery.
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