4 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is falling sick during early weeks of pregnancy common..like catching cold,cough ,fever...

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Answer: Hi Dear, Yes,quite common as the body immunity dips and women catch viral infections quite frequently.Viral infections are quite normal during pregnancy.try to stay warm.keep sipping warm water through out the day. Steaming helps to clearing nasal congestion. Boil tulsi leaves,with crushed pepper,ajwain and grated ginger.keep sipping this for relief.eucalyptus oil inhaling could give relief too.also keep checking the heaolfy app for pregnancy tips and care.healofy homepage has enormous info on related aspects.donot miss out.
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