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Question: I'm having tooth ache plz suggest wat shud b done......
Answer: Below is a list of natural remedies, which do not affect your health or the baby and are effective in curbing tooth ache too:
Clove: Clove or ‘laung’ is one of the common spices in our kitchen. You can either simply keep the whole clove between your teeth or apply clove oil on some cotton and hold it at the affected areaSaline solution: Simply mix one teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water and gargle with this. This solution not only fights bacteria and dislodges stuck food particles, but also has soothing effectHot or cold compress: Applying cold or hot compress soothes nerves and provides temporary relief from pain. Simply wrap a few ice cubes in soft cloth or handkerchief and apply at the affected areaGarlic: Garlic contains ‘allicin’, a substance that has antibacterial properties and instant soothing effect too. Caution should be exercised here that you do not place raw garlic directly in contact with the affected gum as this may further exacerbate it. It’s best to crush a garlic, wrap it up in a cotton and hold it firmly between teeth. As the juices are slowly released, this will take care of the tooth acheTea rinse: Black tea contains tannins which works to reduce inflammation and ease swelling. Simple boil some tea in water, let it cool and rinse with it. Alternatively, dip a tea bag in warm water and gargle with it
Question: Im having chest pain what should i do?
Answer: Hello dear
Body changes during pregnancy. Your body is growing and adjusting throughout pregnancy, and some of these changes can also cause pain in your chest. Your expanding uterus can put pressure on your diaphragm. Both of these changes cause pressure and, possibly, pain along with shortness of breath.
Usually, chest pain is uncomfortable but not a cause for alarm.
Have walk in pregnancy for atleast 30 minutes
Have proper diet and drink plenty of water
Question: I m having pain in my tooth . What to do .?
Answer: Hello dear. The most common reason for tooth ache during pregnancy is due to the harmonal changes.
Few of the home remedies are:
Warm Water Rinse
Antiseptic: A number of over-the-counter antiseptics can numb the gums and provide temporary pain relief. You’ll have to contact your doctor before taking over the counter antiseptics.