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Question: I have thyroid problem ,my thyroid level is 5,695 is there . my doctor suggested tablet ,still i am worried , what can i do please help me. ...
Answer: Hello! I understand your fear, which is definitely not baseless.please don't worry, continue taking the medicine as suggested by the doctor and also along with medicine follow these,1.Take two spoons of pure coconut oil and mix it with a glass of milk. Drink it before bed time every night 2. Vitamin A is very useful to treating thyroid in pregnancy. Add vitamin A rich eggs and carrots in regular diet 3. All B complex vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 B7, B9 and B12) are effective to increase thyroid glands functioning. Eat more whole grains like barley, wheat, cereals, green vegetables, eggs to cure thyroid during pregnancy. 4 Vitamin D Rich Foods 5.include salads in your diet. Take care
Question: Hello mam... Yesterday I went to ultrasound scan. And saw my baby's hearbeat but doctor said tht my uterus is more wider than normal uterus. Is it normal mam? Will I have any complications? Or I may be carrying twins??
Answer: hi dear! so if the ultrasound shows only a single live fetus then there is no possibility for twins dear. also if there is no other problem seen in the ultrasound then there is nothing to worry dear. we can just wait right now and see in the further scans dear. dont worry there is no complications dear. take care dear.
Question: the doctor hs said she wil wait til 6th may, if i didn't get pain she hs said tht she wil gve me pain killer is ths safe
Answer: The main difference between a natural and artificially started labour is the intensity of the contractions. In a natural labour, oxytocin works to stimulate your uterus to contract and dilate the cervix. As the cervix stretches, pain receptors send messages to the brain, which responds by releasing endorphins. This substance is ten times more powerful than morphine, and acts to counteract the sensation of pain. As oxytocin levels increase, more endorphins are released. When labour is induced, the artificial oxytocin used to stimulate contractions does not cross the blood-brain barrier. Your body doesn’t receive signals to release the endorphins and you experience more intense pain. Natural labour usually begins slowly, with a gradual build up of spaced out contractions that are short and mild. Over time, these contractions get closer together, longer, and more intense. During an induced labour, this can’t happen. The intense pain begins immediately. Your brain can’t respond to the pain of these contractions, and is not able to ‘be involved’ in the labour. As a result, you’re more likely to request pain relief, such as an epidural