13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 12 week pregnent i feel pain at the sides of my stomach....i suspect its stone pain...i usually suffer from constipation.. am worried will tis effect the growth of my baby

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Answer: Constipation is very painful yet common in pregnancy, but if not treated in time will create trouble in your pregnancy even after delivery. There are few remedies that you can try for yourself, hope it works. 1. When you get up in the morning, drink a glass of warm water with lemon. 2. Take a tablespoon of coconut oil or olive oil before each meal. The oil which help soften and lubricate the stool. 3. Eat high-fiber foods such as whole grain cereals and breads, brown rice, and beans as well as fresh fruits and vegetables every day. 4: Go for a long walk (or a repetitive walk close to the toilet). 5: Take a glass of warm water or herbal tea before bed. 6: Stew on the stove half a cup of dried fruits such as apricots or prunes with a cupful of water. Cook till the fruit is soft and then mash it and eat the whole thing including liquids in the morning before eating anything else. 7: Avoid caffeinated drinks. 8. Go to the toilet when you have the urge, don't put it off. 9: To ease the stool passing, rub some organic oil (e.g. virgin coconut oil) on your bottom area. 10. Drink lots of water throughout the day. 11. Have rich fibre diet like oats, pomegranate with seeds etc . 12. Go for walk daily. 13. Consult ayurvedic doctor for medication.
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    neha jain1013 days ago

    Thnk u vry much mam i vl try my best to do all possible thngs u said

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