Question: Iam 36 week pregnant 1week onward iam getting backpain what is the reason
Answer: Back pain is common during pregnancy but if it's too much and not tolerable please talk to ur doctor. Please take enough bed rest.
Question: Now 19 weeks over but till now continue vomiting what is the reason for this condition then sevear headache also
Answer: Hello dear. The fluctuation in hormone levels during pregnancy could be one contributing factor.
This is usually caused by high levels of the hormone HCG.
You can follow these, so that it might help you to reduce nausea :
Avoiding foods and smells that trigger your nausea.
Keeping soda crackers by your bed and eating a couple before getting up. Allow some time for digestion, and rise slowly once you are ready.
Eating smaller meals more frequently throughout the day instead of three big meals.
Drinking less water/fluids with your meals, and instead drink them between meals.
Eating more dry, plain foods such as white rice, dry toast, or a plain baked potato instead of richer, creamier foods.
Sucking on hard candy.
Keeping rooms well ventilated or having a fan close by for easier breathing. If neither of these are possible, take time to go outside to get some fresh air.
Getting plenty of rest; Listen to your body when you are feeling fatigued, and try lying down.
It's normal to get tension headaches when you're pregnant, especially in the first trimester. Migraine sufferers usually get some relief during pregnancy although some women get their first migraine headache whenthey're pregnant. This is due to the harmonal changes in the body.
Here are a few steps to help you get relief from headache:
Avoid headache triggers.
Include physical activity in your daily routine.
Practice relaxation techniques.