36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello my EDD is 14 march. This few 2-3days have diarrhoea. And even cant sit and sleep well properly due to having pain. Is my baby is fine? Is this a sign of labour pain or what?

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Answer: Hello dear. The diarrhoea ks considered as a sign of labor but in the final weeks not now. The pqin you are experiencing happens when the baby takes the head down poaition which is normal at this stage. Try keeping pillow between ur bend legs. This should give relief in pain. If the pain is severe only then you need to consult your gynae. Some of the common remedies practised are listed below- 1.Mustard Seeds Dissolve the ¼ teaspoon of mustard seeds in a tablespoon of water and leave it still for an hour. Then use this water like a regular oral tonic. Repeat this process two to three times a day to get rid of loose motion. Mustard seeds are said to have good antibacterial properties. 2.Lemonade Lemon juice has anti-inflammatory properties that will help in easily cleaning toxins from the stomach. First, extract the juice and add 1 tablespoon of salt along with a tablespoon of sugar to it. Mix it well and then consume this lemonade every hour till you feel that the toxins have been flushed out. 3.Pomegranate Pomegranate effectively helps in reducing the loose motion problem. The seeds from two pomegranate fruit a day are enough to stop continuous bowel motions. 4.Methi Or Fenugreek Seeds Fenugreek has excellent antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and is also an excellent home remedy to fight continuous bouts of loose motion. Take 1-2 teaspoons of dried fenugreek seeds in powdered form along with a glass of water every morning on an empty stomach. This can give complete relief from loose motions. Hope this is helpful.
Answer: Hi dear loose motion do not affect your baby directly and I have also heard that the ninth month loose motion can be an indication of labour soon, loose motion during 9th month is common and said to have your due date near. You can follow some home remedies to get relief: You can have 3-4 teaspoon honey in water mix and drink it everyday. Ginger root tea, it helps soothe the stomach. Blend half teaspoon lemon juice, galf teaspoon ginger powder and crush few pepper, add quarter teaspoon to the mix and have. Please remember, it will only help to balance the waterloss during pregnancy but will not cure any under lying illness. Hope this helps!
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    Priyanka Rabha862 days ago

    Thnk you for your tips. Hope it will work. 🙏

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