Similar Questions with Answers
Question: hi ... my legs pains a lot while sleeping....can u suggest me something..
Answer: Legs pain/ cramps is quite normal in pregnancy.
Stretching: It is important to stretch your muscles before your exercise and use them for long periods of time. However, stretching is also useful to help alleviate the cramp.
Massage: This is often the most used method to alleviate a cramp and reduce the pain associated with it. Massaging the cramping muscle and sometimes massaging neighboring muscles helps take away the cramp.
Add Heat: Heat can be applied to your cramping muscle using a heating pad, a microwaved heated cloth bag of rice, or some of the over-the-counter air-activated heating pads.
Epsom Salt: A warm bath can often alleviate the cramp and pain, but an Epsom salt bath is usually a little more effective. This helps you relax overall and it helps relieve the tension in your muscles.
Ice the Pain: You can wrap ice from the refrigerator or use an ice pack and apply to your cramping muscle. This cold often helps take away the pain associated with the cramping muscle.
Combination: Stretching and then massaging the muscle with either a heating pad or ice pack often work together to collectively stop the cramping and alleviate the pain.
Question: My 6 months old daughter cries a lot while discharching urine ..what should i do ?
Answer: Hello... It is a sign of dehydration,since your baby is in breastfeeding,you should take lot of water, juices it will help her from dehydration,and also apply castor oil in baby's tummy,it will reduce heat, Don't let her scalp dry,always apply little coconut oil in her head
Question: My daughter cries a lot while her urine discharge.. what should i do
Its very common in little babies, its their way of giving you cues that they want to pee or poop, usually notice they cry when they are awake and dont cry when they are asleep, hence if its a medical issue the baby would get up from the sleep and cry , but its not the case however for your peace of mind you can talk to the pediatrician.
And keep yourself hydrated as you are feeding your child and provide water to the baby too, keep her diaper free too for some time.