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Question: Hello. Morning i taken 25 mcg thyroid pill...by mistakenly again i taken now...what shud i do? Do it will harm
Answer: Nothing. Just took next dosage exactly on time. Don't skip next dosage.
Question: Today morning i have taken calcium tablet and night instead of irin tablet i have taken again calcium tablet...vl there be any problem...can i take iron tablet now...plz suggest.
Answer: Iron gets better absorbed by the body in an empty stomach but taking iron supplements in the empty stomach might lead to stomach upset so it is advisable take iron tablets in the Morning after breakfast along with a citrus juice. Calcium hinders the absorption of iron . Hence it is recommended not to take iron tablets with calcium rich foods like milk,curd etc . Calcium supplements can be taken at night .
As for your other query , it is just a supplement tablet and nothing to worry since you had taken the same again. But be careful from next time .
Question: I am 7th week pregnancy. I have too much cough. suggested me home remedies or capsules please
Answer: Hello dear. When you become pregnant, your immune system is likely to change. As a result of these changes, you may contract a cold or a cough at some point during your pregnancy. In addition, your illness may last longer.
Place a humidifier in your room, keep your head elevated on your pillow while resting, or use nasal strips. You can take steam or even inhale eucalyptus which gives some relief.
Question: I have 26 week pregnancy and i have so much aminotic fulid please suggest what i do now..
Answer: Polyhydramnios is the excessive accumulation of amniotic fluid — the fluid that surrounds the baby in the uterus during pregnancy. Polyhydramnios occurs in about 1 to 2 percent of pregnancies.
Most cases of polyhydramnios are mild and result from a gradual buildup of amniotic fluid during the second half of pregnancy. Severe polyhydramnios may cause shortness of breath, preterm labor, or other signs and symptoms.
Mild cases of polyhydramnios rarely require treatment and may go away on their own. Even cases that cause discomfort can usually be managed without intervention.In other cases, treatment for an underlying condition — such as diabetes — may help resolve polyhydramnios.
If you experience preterm labor, shortness of breath or abdominal pain, you may need treatment — potentially in the hospital. Treatment may include medicatiom or drainage of excess fluid.