Answer: Hi there and please don't worry cough and cold will not cause any harm to your baby but yes I understand that it is troublesome for you and you are anxious about your new pregnancy but don't worry your baby is absolutely safe and cushioned in your womb, for fever you can consult Doctor and have paracetamol its safe, for cough you can try, Dry ginger helps little. A small pinch of dry ginger powder with some jaggery, boil well and drink like tea.
Green tulsi tea also helps.
You can keep a small cinnamon in mouth, its safe and works well in cough.
Biting clove is also useful.
Honey lemon and ginger tea also is good.
Hope this helps!
Answer: Drink hot water.Do salt water gargle.U can take vicks cough drops or any other lozenges for temporary relief.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi mam i am 4 month pregnant .m getting more cough because of this heavy cough m getting heavy pain on right side of stomach
Answer: Hello dear, if you feel pain in stomach due to cough. Try to hold your belly when you coughing. you can try these home remedies...
1. Make a tulsi, ginger,cloves and black pepper kadha and drink twice a day ....
2. Tulsi ginger tea to soothe the throat pain....
3. Boil half a tsp of turmeric in a glass of water and drink before bed ....
4. Gargle with hot salty water frequently....
5. Take honey ginger juice thrice a day.
Hope it helped, Take care urself....
Question: M not getting fresh because of stitches pain! What should I do??
Answer: Hello! There are a few things you can do to help your stitches heal and reduce the swelling and pain:
It's important to keep your stitches clean. This will reduce the chance of getting an infection. Change your sanitary pads frequently and wash your hands before and afterwards.
Whenever you go to the toilet, take a mug of lukewarm water to which you've added a little antiseptic recommended by your doctor. Pour it slowly over your stitches while you're sitting on the toilet seat.
Once or twice daily, you can sit in a tub of warm water to which you have added antiseptic . Make sure you gently pat dry the area after. The drier the stitches remain, the faster they will heal.
A daily bath or shower will help to keep your stitches clean.
Try to remember to do your pelvic floor exercises. Do them as soon as you can after the birth, and to keep on doing them.
The first few times you have to pass a stool, hold a clean wad of toilet paper against your perineum. If you're suffering from constipation, ask your doctor for a mild laxative to soften your stools.
Most mums find that their tears or episiotomiesheal well. The bruising usually gets better within a few days, and your stitches should heal within three to four weeks of your baby's birth. By two months you should be pain-free.
Hope this helps
Question: I m getting vague pain in stomach,on and off what i should do for this
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Some abdominal pain during pregnancy is normal: After all, your organs are constantly shifting, your uterus is expanding, and your ligaments are stretching. However if the pain is severe and unbearable, you'll have to contact your gynecologist immediately.
Few of the remedies are :
Sit down, put your feet up, and relax. Resting comfortably should relieve your symptoms.
A hot water bottle or heating pad might help.
Drink lots of liquids.
When you do feel a pain, bend towards the pain to relieve it.