20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Do din me fresh nhi ho pa rhi hu.. means mujhe potty nhi aa rhi h kya krna chahiye.

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Answer: Hello dear,  Here are some tips for preventing and easing constipation... Have a fiber rich foods that includes wholewheat, oats, grains and cereals, Include lot of vegetables and fruits in your diet,include it in the form of sabji,porriyal,salad,you can drink beetroot juice regularly it prevents against constipation and also prevents Anemia.Eat guava with breakfast it will help a lot, Make a habit of eating figs and prunes daily ,start your day with having soaked dry fruits it will relieve you from constipation. Drink lot of water,stay yourself hydrated,also include fresh juice ,can also have veggies soup best remedy for constipation. Banana smoothie, figs smoothie will be more effective in reducing constipation. Exercise regularly. Walking, swimming, riding a stationary bike, and yoga can all ease constipation and leave you feeling more fit and healthy. Try another prenatal vitamin. If your prenatal multivitamin contains a large dose of iron (and you're not anemic), ask your healthcare provider about switching to a supplement with less iron. If it persist ,it is better to consult doctor, they will prescribe laxative.. Hope it helped, Take care urself...
Answer: Hie Since you are in pain ask your gynaclogist or doctor for stools softener it would help at the earliest And for the future Include lots of fruits and vegetables in your diet Increase your fluid intake have 16-20 glasses of water a day Chewing ajwain would help you with bloated and indigestion Go for any form of physical activity Add a daily walk for 30 min in your routine or sign up for pregnancy yoga it would help you speed up digestion High fiber food in your diet help you ease and improve bowel movement concern fruits such as prunes,figs,banana or vegetables as well as whole grains such as oats and flax meal are fiber booster If you can't much on fiber ask your gynaclogist for a fiber supplements
Answer: Have lots of water, warm water of possible....in fruits have maisumbi, apples and banana....
Answer: Take movicol sachet in half glass of water
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