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Question: Hello mera 39week starst ho gya h .mujhe koi pain nhi ho rha h ..main kya kru wait kru ya nhi 9month complte ho gya h
Answer: Agar apka date samne hain to ap wait kijiye,Jada water pijiye,morning evening walk kijiye,and Dr k pass jaiye wo apka internal check up karne k bad bata payega ki apki baby niche hain ya nehi,apka cervix open hua ya nehi,agar Sab normal hoga to Dr apko pain induce karayaga,don't worry dear,take care
Question: mujhe kmr m bhot Zada pain hori h or saans Lene m b bhot problem ho rhi h ..kya kru
Answer: Hello dear this is normal don't worry.. With that bump comes excess weight and pressure on your joints and ligaments. The second trimester is when most people begin to experience back pain and may feel joint and pelvic pain. As your pregnancy progresses, these aches and pains become more pronounced — if you don’t manage them. But with a little effort and some healthy exercises and tips, these little pains can become manageable. Most women’s posture changes as their belly grows and they begin to lean back, which makes their back muscles become strained. A big culprit is the pregnancy hormone relaxin, which does what it sounds like — it relaxes and loosens your joints and muscles to help the baby make its way out of your lower body. The added weight bearing down on loosened joints and ligaments can create all sorts of aches and pains — usually moderate, but in some cases severe. We suggests heating pads and warm baths or showers and prenatal massage. Regular exercise will not only help relieve pain and help your body get back into proper alignment, it will also help strengthen your body .Wearing some sort of maternity belt for extra support will give you relief in back pain. You may be out of breath now because you need more oxygen during pregnancy, and your body adapts to meet this need in several ways. Rising hormones, particularly progesterone, directly affect your lungs and stimulate the respiratory center in your brain. And although the number of breaths you take per minute changes very little during pregnancy, the amount of air you inhale and exhale with each breath increases significantly. Being short of breath in early pregnancy may feel more like a heightened awareness of the need to breathe.If you're feeling a little breathless, try these tips for relief: Take things a bit more slowly and don't push yourself too hard when being active. Sit up straight and keep your shoulders back (especially when sitting) to give your lungs as much room as possible to expand. Prop yourself up a bit with a few extra pillows when you're in bed at night. Try to be patient. It's no fun to be uncomfortably out of breath. But after you give birth, your breathing will soon feel like it did before you were pregnant.
Question: hii mujhe gas ho gya hai kya kru????
Answer: Hello dear congratulations for pregnancy. Early pregnancy me gastric problem jyada hoti h ap ye remedies use karoye. 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..