13 weeks pregnant mother
Hello dear. Tamarind is safe for pregnant and breast-feeding women in food amounts. But larger medicinal amounts should be avoided. Take care.
Darling it's completely normal to feel depressed during pregnancy...see your body is going through a lot of changes and there are a lot of hormonal changes that are also taking place.because of which you have mood swings and depression is also one of them... so don't worry just try to divert your mind to something constructive.. you can have a hobby ,you can learn something ,you can read something ,write something. if you want just listen to music or watch your favourite movie on TV.. but keep doing something don't sit idle. don't think about things which are not under your control and you cannot help it..so don't worry it's just a phase it will pass but at this time you need to be more strong for yourself and for your baby.. just be happy and think about your baby everything will be fine....
You must take your tablet as the test is your second evaluation after already being prescribed the medicine. Only if Dr wants to know if your tsh is controlled without medics she would have told to stop.but since 100mg is large dose if you had been taking always single dose in morning then you can take one hour before. But if you take the tablet in mid day then you can skip the dose get the test done and then take your dose after the test. How much as your last tsh?
Never give anything untill she is 6 month old.after 6 month start nicely purie food only
2 months old baby
Always keep the area clean & dry. Wetness can increase the wound. Apply betadine ointment Everytime u use washroom post cleaning & wiping the area. U should avoid sitting cross legged ( palathi/chowkdi) , not to use Indian seat toilet till the wound is not healed. Do pelvic exercises(as directed by ur doctor). If breastfeeding try to sit on a comfortable chair,keep ur back straight. Keep ur legs joined whenever lying on the bed. If still same then u need to consult doctor for ur stiches.
16 weeks pregnant mother
Hie Yes dear honey is absolutely safe for pregnant women You just need to avoid honey for babies below 1 year of age.
Hi,for low afi you should consult byour Dr as you will have to take drips if your Dr suggest. Also increase the I take of water and fluids . Fir cough and cold you should try home remedies. Have steamalation.as it will softening the mucus Ginger us the best so you should have ginger honey paste 1 teaspoon twice a day You can put saline water nasal drops Roast anwain and tie it in the clean cloth like a potli and keep it under your pillow for a soothing aroma.this will help in congestion. You should also warm the mustard oil and massage it to the hands and feet and chest.this will also help in congestion. Take care.
Hi. No please don't give. Mothers are usually recommended to exclusively breastfeed for their baby’s first six months.  After six months, breastmilk alone doesn't provide your baby with enough nutrients, particularly iron, so you will need to gradually introduce other foods. and that's when you have to start with purees and other solids Waiting until six months to introduce your baby to solid food protects your baby's health. It reduces the chance that she will develop allergies or pick up an infection from food.  And that babies stomach don't have the capacity to digest anything else.