Question: Hi im 25 weeks pregnant can I take rantac tablet for heartburn problem?
Answer: Hello Dear
Yes. Rantac is a class b drug for use in pregnancy, which means it is safe.
Tips to prevent heartburn symptoms during pregnancy.
•Eat five to six smaller meals throughout the day rather than three large meals
•A few herbs like ginger, saunf, methi and ajwain are also believed to to improve digestion and reduce nausea/ vomiting during pregnancy so U can take Little bit.
•Rich, oily or spicy dishes, chocolate, citrus fruits, alcohol and coffee are all known to aggravate acidity. If you feel uncomfortable then avoid these foods for a while.
•Drink water instead of carbonated or fizzy drinks because these drinks are already very acidic.
•Reduce your intake of ready-made meals and processed foods, such as tomato ketchup, pickles (achaar) and chutneys as they contain high levels of salt, preservatives and additives.
•A glass of cold milk or a cup of yogurt is an age-old remedy for heartburn and acidity. A cup of chamomile or ginger tea (adrak chai) may also help. Some also believe that bananas help.
•Alternative medicine practitioners recommend drinking peppermint tea to alleviate the symptoms of reflux and heartburn. However, peppermint tea, like other herbal teas, should be drunk in moderation during pregnancy.
•Eat small, frequent meals and chew your food well. A long gap between meals can lead to acidity.
•Avoid drinking large quantities of fluids during meals. It's important to drink eight to 12 glasses of water daily during pregnancy, but drink between meals.
•Try to finish your dinner about three hours before you go to bed. Sometimes lying down can lead to heartburn because gravity helps the acids out of your stomach. Following a late dinner, try not to lie down for at least an hour after eating.
•Sleep propped up with pillows so that your shoulders are higher than your tummy. In this position, gravity will help keep your stomach acids where they should be and aid your digestion.
Question: Im 20 weeks pregnant can i do intercourse with my partner
Answer: Hello dear. Yes intercourse is allowed. A baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner intercourse. The amniotic sac and the strong muscles of the uterus protect the baby, and the thick mucus plug that seals the cervix helps guard against infection. However make sure you have no other pregnancy complications.
Question: Im 25 weeks pregnant... Can i consume green tea???
Answer: Hello! there is no official advice that says you should stop drinking green tea duringpregnancy. So there's no harm in enjoying a cup or two. However, you shouldn't drink too much green tea, as it contains only a little less caffeine than standard tea, depending on how it's brewed.