31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi everyone... I just entered 8th month of pregnancy.. Everyone says it is very crucial... And shud be very cautious... What precautions need to be taken in 8th month.. I donot have any problens in pregannacy except pain in feet.. Till now everything went on very normal.. But i am worried now about this 8th month... And i do my works normally like cooking etc. Please suggest

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Answer: Yes.. it is said that if child is born in 8th month.. it's tough for child to survive.. it is said that baby's lungs are being formed in this month.. so if child is born won't be able to survive.. There is no medical proof behind this but still careful.. Avoid stairs Avoid lifting weights Rest between work Avoid unnecessary travelling Don't bend Have plenty of water Perform yoga.. And don't have any food that is warm in nature (no issue in moderation) like papaya, pineapple and so on.. Have milk as much as possible.. like kheer, and other dishes made of milk.. You can have a tea spoon of Gulkand everyday.. its also beneficial..
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    sai veena Tempalli937 days ago

    Thank you

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