20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello i want to ask if my diet is normal so there is any issue

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Answer: Kindly share ur diet. What all u take and at what time ?
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Question: Hello i want to ask that my baby is in breaching position so what should i do if any exercise is there so please recommend me
Answer: Hello, You are in your 26 weeks so chances are high that baby will change its position on its on. But you can do these exercises 1 Try the breech tilt. The breech tilt is the most commonly used exercise for turning breech babies. It helps the baby to tuck his or her chin (known as flexion), which is the first step in flipping over.To perform the breech tilt, you need to elevate your hips between 9 and 12 inches above your head. There are several ways of doing this. The easiest way is simply to lie on the ground and prop your hips up with pillows.Alternatively, you could get a broad plank of wood (or even an ironing board) which you'll need to prop up against a bed or a couch with a non-slip yoga or floor mat underneath. Lie on the board so your head is at the base (supported by a pillow) and your feet are at the raised end. Have a spotter nearby for safety.Do this three times a day for ten to fifteen minutes each time, on an empty stomach, and during times when the baby is active. Try to relax and breathe deeply as you perform the exercise, and avoid tensing the abdominal muscles. For added benefit, you can combine the breech tilt with the application of heat and ice, or sound. 2 Do the knee-to-chest exercise. This exercise uses gravity to encourage the baby to somersault into the correct birthing position.Get down on your knees on the floor or bed and rest your forearms on the ground. Stick your butt into the air and tuck your chin. This allows the lower part of your uterus to expand, making room for the baby's head.Hold this position for 5 to 15 minutes, twice a day. Try to do it on an empty stomach, otherwise you might feel slightly ill afterwards.If you can feel the baby's position, it may be possible to help the turning process along. While leaning on one elbow, use the opposite hand to exert gentle upward pressure on the baby’s rear end, which is located just above your pubic bone. 3 Do a forward-leaning inversion. The forward-leaning inversion is similar to the knee-to-chest exercise, but a little more extreme.Start in the knee-to-chest position on your bed or the couch. Carefully, place your palms on the floor. Remember to tuck your chin, as this helps to relax your pelvic muscles.Be very careful when performing this exercise, as you don't want your hands to slip. An exercise mat or non-slip carpet pad can give you traction. Have your partner help you into position and use their hands to support your shoulders throughout the exercise.Hold this position for up to thirty seconds. Keep in mind that it's better to repeat the exercise frequently (3 to 4 times per day) than to hold the position for a longer period of time. But before doing exercises please consult with your doctor about it. And while doing exercises make sure you are with someone who can help you with posture.
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Question: Hello I want to ask that can I have coldrink? Is there is any harm for baby to have coldrink
Answer: No soft drinks during pregnancy.. u can drink fresh juice and if it is home made it wud be better.. soft drinks contain preservatives which is unhealthy.. moreover it may leads to gestational diabetes as it contains lots of sugar..
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Question: My 7 month is complete now .so i want to ask can i do some exercise for normal delivery. If yes can you please suggest me any exercise.
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy I can understand your curiosity. Walking is best in pregnancy. It also helps to digest food. As the muscles get lose the chances of normal delivery will be increased. Yoga is also considered best but you should perform it with two conditions one is you should permission from your doctor second is you should perform only under the guidance of an expert. Take care
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