Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Mere bache ko raatko bhut tez bhukhar hota h thande pani k kapde se pure body ko pochna safe h??
Answer: Hi dear fever me aisa karna thik hai but main advise karungi aap ek baar doctor ko dikha le kyonki aaj kal mausam sahi nahi chal raha hai. Aur viral chala hua hai. Jo medication ke bina thik nahi ho raha.
Question: meri dlvry ko 9 days bache h.. mere vegaina me bahut itching ho rahi h..
Answer: Hello dear... Vaginal itching in pregnancy is common, happens due to yeast or bacterial infections,it may cause irritation to the skin of vulva,there are few remedies will help in reducing vaginal itching,hope it might be helpful for you..
The best way to stay away from vaginal itching is maintaining good hygiene,so it is advisable to wash your private part with plain water ,every usage of wash room,once or twice can use mild soap
Add yogurt in diet
It is essential to add yogurts or curd in your diet,will definitely protect you from vaginal infections.
It is essential to drink three to four litres of water a day,can include buttermilk,juice ,soup,so that it helps to retain water content in body and also prevents infections
Wear loose clothes
Don't wear tight clothes, because it may disturb airflow to vagina,so it is advisable to wear loose cloth during pregnancy
You can also apply coconut oil,will help lot in controlling vaginal itching
Clean and dry
Always keep your vagina clean and dry,can use wiper ,and use after visiting washroom,can also change inner wear twice a day,will also help to stay dry, follow these steps,it might be helpful for you
Question: mere beby Ko 16 Tarik ke evening se bhukhar Chad rah he or utra rah he Abhi bhi use bhukhar he to kya kare
Answer: More important than the fever itself is how your child feels overall. If she's eating, sleeping, and playing well, there is nothing much to worry. However if fever persists along with other symptoms like vomiting, loose motion, irritable nature, loss of appetite, lethargy etc then following suggestions might be of your help -
Try removing layers of clothing, giving her a lukewarm tub or sponge bath, or letting her rest in a cool (not cold) room. Prevent dehydration by giving liquids frequently.
If these steps don't bring relief, call your baby's doctor and ask fr medicine. Be sure to ask what dosage is appropriate – the safe amount is based on your baby's weight, which changes frequently. Make sure never to give more than the recommended dosage at the appropriate intervals. My doctor had recommended another medicine i.e., T98 for my child, that helped.