25 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Cn i hv warm water from the beginning of 3rd trimester??is it safe??

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Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Yes you can. There are multiple health benefits from drinking warm water during pregnancy, which can allow the body to stay in good shape. The warm water also ensures the good bronchial health, as it reduces the chances of throat, cold, cough and flu infection. Drinking warm water also improves the blood flow in your body. Take care.
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    Jasmine Sachdeva231 days ago

    thanq😊😊

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