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Question: My baby 79 days old from last three days he don't poop, is there any problem. Please suggest me
Answer: it is normal, specially if he is on exclusive breast feed , cause almost all of it is absorbed by the body and there is not much left to poo out.Start massaging his little belly giving a little pressure, in a clockwise motion (this helps clogged gas and poop to move through the intestines)..it is effective.
Question: hi, I'm 22 weeks pregnant, suffering from rib pain from last three days, is there any solution to get rid of this, please reply soon...
Answer: With that bump comes excess weight and pressure on your joints and ligaments. The second trimester is when most people begin to experience back pain and may feel joint and pelvic pain.
As your pregnancy progresses, these aches and pains become more pronounced — if you don’t manage them. But with a little effort and some healthy exercises and tips, these little pains can become manageable.
Most women’s posture changes as their belly grows and they begin to lean back, which makes their back muscles become strained. A big culprit is the pregnancy hormone relaxin, which does what it sounds like — it relaxes and loosens your joints and muscles to help the baby make its way out of your lower body. The added weight bearing down on loosened joints and ligaments can create all sorts of aches and pains — usually moderate, but in some cases severe.
We suggests heating pads and warm baths or showers and prenatal massage. Regular exercise will not only help relieve pain and help your body get back into proper alignment, it will also help strengthen your body .Wearing some sort of maternity belt for extra support will give you relief in back pain.
Hip pain is usually caused by the loosening of the ligaments holding together the sacroiliac joints, which connect your spine to your pelvis. While this joint-and-ligament relaxation helps with the birthing process, it can cause pain in your hips, lower back, and legs as the weight of your uterus bears down on your newly mobile bones and joints.Try to keep your hips straight with a body pillow to help maintain the normal contours of your back, and a pillow between your knees to relieve the pressure.
Pelvic pain is most commonly caused by the softening of the symphysis pubic (aka your pubic bone), by that darn pregnancy hormone relaxin and the weight of the uterus bearing down on this joint. It can result in uncomfortable pressure as the baby’s head or other body parts invade your pelvic region, as well as soreness, pain or swelling. You can try Epsom salts or just plain water to help reduce swelling. Exercises to strengthen your spinal, tummy, pelvic girdle, hip and pelvic floor muscles. These will improve the stability of your pelvis and back.Avoid activities that make your pain worse or that put your pelvis in an uneven position, such as sitting cross-legged or carrying your toddler on your hip. Try not to do heavy lifting or pushing. Do not climb stairs and take proper rest.
Question: I'm 26th week pregnant from two days I suffer from headache please suggest any remedy
Answer: Headache is one of the most common discomfort experienced during pregnancy. It may occur any time most commonly during first and third trimesters due to your body experiences a surge of hormones and increase in blood volume. Other causes of headaches during pregnancy are lack of sleep, stress, eye strain, depression, hunger, dehydration etc.
Practice good posture
Get plenty of rest and relaxation.
Spend few minutes lying in a dark,quiet room.
Put an ice pack or cold compress on the back of your neck for 20 minutes while you relax.
Drink plenty of fluids
Massaging your shoulders and neck is an effective way to relieve pain.
If you having sinus headaches:
Try steam inhalation to relieve congestion
Apply hot and cold compresses alternatively 30 seconds of each for a total of 10 minutes, 4-5 times a day.
You can also prevent headaches:
1.The low blood sugar that results from skipping meals can trigger a headache.so make sure that you eat on time.
2.Some foods including chocolate,cheese, ice cream, processed meats, french beans, urad dal and other gassy foods can trigger headaches.so avoid them.
3.In pregnancy if you are giving up coffee or tea or soda then go slow. Give up coffee or tea or soda day by decreasing the quantity.
Exercise or some breathing exercises or taking prenatal yoga class or meditation or anything that will help you in relax will prevent stress from headache.