Question: Hi i am 3 month pregnant and i am suffering from lower back pain and some times i had body pains and my sleep also uncomfortable pls suggest me wat can i do
Answer: Hello.. Back pain is normal in pregnancy,it happens due to harmone changes, and loosening of pelvic muscles to prepare for child birth,you can follow these steps it may help.. Maintain a good posture to sit and split your body weight equally to thigh it will help alot You can massage your back with pain relieving ointment,and take warm bath Use maternity pillow behind your back,to sit ,it will relieve the pain Do maternity yoga ,those possess will relieve you from back pain Body pain During pregnancy,body pain or aches is normal ,Aches and pain are common in pregnancy,it happens when enlarged uterus pushes sciatic nerve,and it is also a sign that body is preparing for child birth,pain can be in one specific region like pelvic pain or general discomfort,and body pain can also happens when you have symptoms like cold or flu,body pain can be releives by certain techniques,hope it might be helpful for you... Precautions for relieving body pain Diet Have a nutritious diet,which includes whole grain, cereals,legumes, veggies and fruits,and it is essential to increase calcium content,it may also may be a cause for body pain,so along with calcium supplements,intake of dairy products like milk,curd ,paneer and non dairy products like ragi,tofu,oranges, almonds,dried apricots,figs,green leafy vegetables,plums ,prunes is essential to increase calcium content in body Dehydration dehydration may also be a reason for body aches,so it is essential to have two to three litres water in a day, don't drink in large amount,sip in a small cup throughout the day will make you feel hydrated throughout the day,can also include soups,juice in your diet,have water rich vegetables like pumpkin, raddish, cucumber, bottle guard and fruits like watermelon,orange,muskmelon,Amla will help to retain water content in the body Oil massage To get rid of body pain,you can do oil massage,and take warm bath,will helps to reduce muscle cramps and aches during pregnancy Maternity yoga Practicing maternity yoga are very much useful in reducing body pain,those possess will relieve you from pain,but it is essential to get advice from yoga instructor and doctor, before doing any physical activity in pregnancy
Question: Hi I am 39th weeks pregnant and having back n hip pain and also having constipation wat to do now?
Answer: Hello Dear Hip pain is a normal pregnancy symptom that usually happen inwomen in the third trimester. You may have experienced hip discomfort in the second trimester, but it's usually more of a problem in the final weeks of pregnancy. During pregnancy, your body releases an important hormone (called relaxin), which relaxes and softens all your joints and muscles. Unfortunately, relaxin also increases your susceptibility to injury, and it results in hip pain for some women. Physical changes in your body also contribute to the development of hip pain in pregnancy. The softening and shifting of your pelvic bones, paired with the pressure of carrying around a huge uterus, can lead to hip pain and discomfort in the third trimester. There are a number of things you can do to try to minimize your hip pain and discomfort:- Don't cross your legs when you sleep. Rest when you can. Standing on your feet all day can really aggravate pregnancy-related hip pain. Make sure that you sit down or rest as much as you can during the day. Do yoga and light exercise to relief hip pain. Constipation You can try some natural remedies for easing the bowel movements, before you go for some medication. Lemon water: Squeeze half a lemon in a glass of lukewarm water and have this mixture every morning. This will help you have a smoother bowel movement. Watermelon: This fruit is full of water and eating a lot of it helps manage bowel movements well. Dry fruits: Eating dry fruits such as dates, raisins, and prunes helps treat constipation. Yogurt: Yogurt is rich in probiotic bacteria that stimulate digestion and prevent gastrointestinal disorders.