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Question: cough during pregnancy affect the baby r not

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Answer: Dont worry...The baby is well protected from noises, vibrations, and the pressure caused by coughing by the amniotic fluid which acts as a shock absorber.Reduce congestion – Place a humidifier in your room, keep your head elevated on your pillow while resting, or use nasal strips. Alleviate your sore throat – Suck on ice chips, drink warm tea, or gargle with warm salt water.
Answer: Hello! Dont worry, it doesn't effect the baby as your baby is in much more protective environment.
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