Answer: Hi dear, As the pregnancy progresses ,you would experience lot of aches here and there. Nothing to panic much.these are all normal. Since the baby growth pushes most of your internal organs along with pelvic bones,various kinds of pain ranging from throbbing pain to pinching pain, streching pain. They are mostly normal. Increasing body weight stresses your back and also puts pressure on legs.you would experience back pain and leg cramps too.try to be active as much as possible.daily walks for atleast 20 min would be helpful.Anterior placenta is though not a matter of concern at this stage.you need to check end of second trimester.usually anterior placenta could provide more cushioning to your baby and makes wall between your belly and baby,so you might feel your baby move less.notbto worry,as your placenta would provide same amount of nutrition to your baby as any other placenta. The risk in future could be the direction of placental growth up or down .if it starts growing downward,there are chances that it blocks the birth canal and you might start bleeding.resulting into emergency c-section. usually by end of third trimester,placenta pushes upwards.not to worry.
Answer: Hi its second pregnency and now its 5 month.iam having allergy problem which comes rarely to me and iam using okaset tablet. Let me know is it safe or not and i dint feel any movements of my baby till now.
Answer: No... just apply Castro oil on ur lower abdomen drink jeera water by boiling jeers on water let it cool down and drink...
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