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Question: Gastric problem, pain in upper stomach during pregnancy...

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Answer: Hi this is very common problem faced by pregnant women during pregnancy however you can try this home remedies drink adequate water you should have Ginger Honey paste one teaspoon twice a day take peppermint one teaspoon two to three times a day have fibrous food like green vegetables take carrot juice take prunes juice and figs.
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