Question:mera 6th month chalra aur meku white discharge bohath hora aur legs pain bhi zyada hai aise usme mujhe kya karna chahiye?
Answer: Hello ! White discharge Normal hain pregnancy mein. Agar white discharge ke saath itching yah Bad smell nehi hain toh tension mat lijiye.
Leg mein pain ke liye yeh sab karein.
Stretch your calf muscles immediately by straightening your leg, heel first, and gently flexing your toes back toward your shins. (Don't point your toes while stretching. It can make the muscle contract and worsen the cramp.) This stretch might hurt at first, but it will ease the spasm and gradually make the pain go away.
After you stretch, massage the muscle or warm it with a hot water bottle to relax the tissue. Walking around for a few minutes may help too.
there's no surefire way to prevent leg cramps during pregnancy. But these tips might help make them less likely:
Don't stand or sit with your legs crossed for long periods of time.
Stretch your calf muscles regularly during the day and several times before you go to bed.
Rotate your ankles and wiggle your toes whenever you sit down, eat dinner, or watch TV.
Take a walk every day (unless your healthcare provider has advised you not to exercise).
Lie down on your left side to improve circulation to and from your legs.
Drink water regularly to stay hydrated during the day.
Try a warm bath before bed to relax your muscles.
Question:mujhe 5th month chal raha hai
mere legs me bhot dard hota hai asa kyu
Answer: Legs pain/ cramps is quite normal in pregnancy.
Stretching: It is important to stretch your muscles before your exercise and use them for long periods of time. However, stretching is also useful to help alleviate the cramp.
Massage: This is often the most used method to alleviate a cramp and reduce the pain associated with it. Massaging the cramping muscle and sometimes massaging neighboring muscles helps take away the cramp.
Add Heat: Heat can be applied to your cramping muscle using a heating pad, a microwaved heated cloth bag of rice, or some of the over-the-counter air-activated heating pads.
Epsom Salt: A warm bath can often alleviate the cramp and pain, but an Epsom salt bath is usually a little more effective. This helps you relax overall and it helps relieve the tension in your muscles.
Ice the Pain: You can wrap ice from the refrigerator or use an ice pack and apply to your cramping muscle. This cold often helps take away the pain associated with the cramping muscle.
Combination: Stretching and then massaging the muscle with either a heating pad or ice pack often work together to collectively stop the cramping and alleviate the pain.