Answer: Yes it's all normal.
The hormone progesterone is one of the main causes of excess gas during pregnancy. As your body produces more progesterone to support your pregnancy, progesterone relaxes muscles in your body. This includes the muscles of your intestine. Slower moving intestine muscles mean that your digestion slows down. This allows gas to build up, which in turn leads to bloating, burping, and flatulence.
1. Drink plenty of fluids
2. Stay active and do walk and yoga.
3. Cut down gassy foods like potatoes, wheat, broccoli,egg plant etc.
4. Rich fibre food intake, figs, and bananas, and vegetables, as well as whole grains like oats and flax meal are all good fiber boosters to consider.
5. Light meal often and moderate amount.
6. Fennel seeds and buttermilk for easy digestion..
Answer: Yes dear burps n farts both r normal.
• If the root of your belching problem is digestive, then making some changes to your eating habits could give you some relief. Try to eat slowly to avoid swallowing too much air.
• Eat frequent small meals.
• Milk can be another common culprit, so think about incorporating other probiotic dairy products like yogurt or cheese to help settle your stomach.
• If you think nerves and tension are playing a role in your upset stomach, then it’s important to take the time to relax your mind and body. Ask your partner to help you out with a backrub.