Answer: Darling it's completely normal to feel depressed during pregnancy...see your body is going through a lot of changes and there are a lot of hormonal changes that are also taking place.because of which you have mood swings and depression is also one of them... so don't worry just try to divert your mind to something constructive.. you can have a hobby ,you can learn something ,you can read something ,write something. if you want just listen to music or watch your favourite movie on TV.. but keep doing something don't sit idle. don't think about things which are not under your control and you cannot help it..so don't worry it's just a phase it will pass but at this time you need to be more strong for yourself and for your baby.. just be happy and think about your baby everything will be fine....
This might be the hormones creating mood swings don't worry it is normal during pregnancy
Focus on the good things in life imagine about your baby keep your mind occupied enroll yourself in creative or your favorite activity
Like sign up for swimming , painting, dancing ,singing or baking what ever gives you Joy
Take a break time to time and go on a date with your spouse , staycation or vacation which ever suits the time
Meditation is the key to control hormones as well as emotions
Practice it for atleast 20-30 mins a day
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Question: Hi.. I am 6 week pregnant. .I am having nausea all the time and tiredness also..And have no appetite ..Also having headache and feeling too much emotional all the time..I am too much exhausted what should I do..
First of all, congrats!
I used to suffer too
Eat toast on empty stomach first thing in the morning.
I had bad nausea over my first trimester and half of my second trimester. Things that worked for me:
1) Having a snack immediately upon waking up. Like even before you get out of bed to brush your teeth. It helped me a lot.
2) Those lovely imli (tamarind/Puli) candy.
4) I also had to be prescribed a pregnancy-safe medicine for really bad bouts of nausea. Do talk to your doctor.
Hope you feel better soon & Take care.
Question: Hiii....can plz anyone help me out m facing too much constipation wot to do???
Answer: Hello... During pregnancy constipation is quite normal,but it is should be cured as soon as possible,To avoid constipation in pregnancy do following things..
Have a fiber rich foods that includes wholewheat,oats, grains and cereals,can have oats or millet varieties lot will be effective in reducing constipation
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, because it has lot of fibre will held lot in constipation
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.
If it persist ,it is better to consult doctor,they will prescribe laxative..
Question: hi frnds pls suggest wot to do for vomiting at 7 the month all these I don't have vomiting sensation but NW started what S the reason.......
Answer: Nausea and vomiting are usually part of healthy pregnancy. The misery typically goes away by the middle of the second trimester but some pregnant leady face them throughout pregnancy. I am trying some simple remedies to get rid of this problem. You can also try this.
@ Take ginger juice off course it is very bitter in taste so mix it with little honey and have it.
@ Drink lots of water. You can also drink lemon water. Stay well hydrate.
@ Keep yourself calm and take rest.
@ Sometimes hunger increases nausea. So eat regular meals and small snacks like dry fruits ( soaked almonds, 4 5 cashew nuts, 2 walnuts, fresh orange juice, fruits, sprouts, chhena, biscuits, namkin.
Also you can have lemon water with black salt