17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello ....I am 17 week pregnant and never have ache in my life but now I got ache on my face. ....what should I do...? Along with that I always feel tired ...

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Answer: In pregnancy body releases different harmonies that actually leads to breakouts or acne. You can try following remedies to reduce acne but it's not sure that it will stop immediately. The clear skin appears after delivery till then you can try following tips, 1. Dip a cotton ball on Apple cider vinegar n pat on affected area. 2. wash twice a day your face. 3. Apply honey all over your face for 15 min and wash with normal water. 4. deep clean the face before bed and apply mild face cream. 5. Apply orange peel powder with honey and rinse when dry
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