20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi... I am 5montha pregnant. Having severe pain in throat and hands due to cold.Is there any medicine which I can take during this time to avoid pain?

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Answer: Hi Dear! I wud suggest you to take Dr.s help if want to hv medicine otherwise you can gargle in salt water hv soup or tulsi tea fr relief and fr hand pain moving and exercising slowly wud help.. Good luck!
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