Question: hello Me 2 3 din me bhi fresh NH ho PA rhi hu kya kru
Answer: talk to your Dr. even I had felt such a problem then my Dr. has given me lactihep syrup now I m okay plz consult your Dr.
Question: Mera baby 6 din ka h pr wo 3 din se fresh (potty) nai ja rhi..kya krna chahiye
Answer: It's absolutely normal don't worry some babies do that . U can apply some heeng to his stomach
Question: 2 din se m fresh nhi ho pa rhi...any body helps me
Answer: Try this Remedy
You Will Need1/2 lemon1 glass of warm waterHoney (optional)What You Have To DoSqueeze half a lemon into a glass of warm water.Add honey to taste and consume this daily.How Often You Should Do This
Do this 1-2 times daily.
Why This Works
Lemon exhibits antioxidant properties and has high vitamin C content. It is one of the most commonly used remedies to treat constipation as it increases the production of bile in your body. This, in turn, increases the contractions of the bowel muscles and helps you to pass stool easily
Question: hi mujhe bahut jyada problem ho rhi h vometing and acidity or mrng fresh bhi nhi ho pa rhi hu pls suggest something
Answer: Hi for constipation follow below things.
Eat a fibre-rich diet
A high-fibre diet that contains lots of wholegrain cereals, wholemeal bread, lentils, brown rice and fruit and vegetables. This will provide you with roughage to aid your digestion.
You should drink between eight and 12 glasses of water every day. Not only will this help with your digestion, but will also keep you away from dehydration.
Staying active and exercising will help to prevent constipation. Walking.
Start each meal with salad or raw vegetables or fruit and try to have some of the following every day:
Fresh fruit, such as orange (santara), guava (amrud), sweet lime (mausambi), grapes (angoor), and grapefruit (chakotra).
Dried fruit such as dates (khajoor), raisins (kishmish) and, particularly prunes (munakka).
Vegetables, such as cabbage (patta gobhi), spinach (paalak), celery (ajmoda), and watercress (jalkumbji or chansaur).
Wholegrain cereals, wholewheat roti and wholemeal bread.
Beans, lentils and pulses such as pigeon peas (toor dal), black gram (urad dal), kidney beans (rajma), and chickpeas (chhola).
Psyllium husk (isabgol), the seeds from plantain, may be effective for constipation, especially if you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Psyllium contains mucilage, which bulks up your poo. You can buy isabgol from any chemist or supermarket, but don't use it if you are taking medication for a heart complaint.
Linseeds (flaxseeds) are rich in fibre and essential fatty acids and are another alternative to psyllium. But drink at least one large glass of water for each teaspoonful of linseeds you have.