17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Mera gastic ka bohot problem ha may kay karu

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Answer: Hi dear, Follow below tips to over come this: 1- thoda thoda khaye 2-kahate waqt beech beech me Pani na pijiye 3-kahane ke 30 minutes pehle one glass Pani pijiye 4-spicy Khana bilkul avoid kare 5-coffee,tea,soda Jaise drinks na piye 6-roz walk kare 7-buttermilk with grated ginger pijiye Roz Hopefully upar diye Gaye sujhav aapke liye helpful rahenge.
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