Answer: Hello dear yes it is normal and due to gas. Same problem was with me. I followed these remedies and these were very helpful for me in my pregnancy.
1. Drink plenty of fluids
2. Stay active and do walk and yoga.
3. Cut down gassy foods like potatoes, wheat, broccoli,egg plant etc.
4. Rich fibre food intake, figs, and bananas, and vegetables, as well as whole grains like oats and flax meal are all good fiber boosters to consider.
5. Light meal often and moderate amount.
6. Fennel seeds and buttermilk for easy digestion..
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Question: I am unable to take a good quantity of meal in dinner. Tried many times but all time feeling to have vomet type. My body not accepting dinner meal though till dvening snacks taking everything easily like lunch/dry fruits/mils/fruits/eve snack but in night dinner unable to eat much. Hardly could take 1-1.5 chapati max. In dinner. Please suggest.
Answer: Hi,that's ok to have light dinner.
Yiu should have a bowl if salads or a bowl of fruits or a bowl of pulses.as this will be healthy option
Have a glass of milk before bed time
Don't force yourself with heavy dinner ,it is fine even if you have 1.5 chapatti .nothing to worry
Question: I am always feel tired but it's very difficult to sleep while in bed at night..3 month pregnt
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy
I can understand your anxiety. Tiredness, un easiness and dizziness Can be due to stress, strain and hormone changes in pregnancy. If you are not diabetic, you can have coconut , fruit juices, glucose water, fruits etc. These help to give you energy and relief . If you are diabetic there are fruits like mosambi which you can have .Walk for some time after dinner take bath with warm water and drink warm milk. You can sleep well. Take rest well. Take care
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Answer: Its normal sometimes vback pain vomiting breast pain or continue to 9 month but sometimes it comes partially so it's ok but keep in touch with your doctor