Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi...i am 6 week pregnant...but i am having toothache so can take pain killer?
Answer: no donot take any medication own on your own this is the 1st rule of pregnancy
Question: Hi,I m 4 months pregnant... I have tooth pain since yesterday.... Can i take any pain killer... Or what can i do for it
Answer: Hi dear,I think u should consult with doctor before using painkillers as all of them r not safe during pregnancy-definately there are some home remedies .N u can use them ,I'm giving u some-use clove oil or chew a clove,You can take 30 ml of pomegranate juice in a cup and rinse your mouth every day to keep dental plaque at bay,but don't add suger on it,peel a garlic and chew on it directly or apply it on the painful area.Its use is pretty simple too as you can dab your wet brush on a little baking soda powder and brush. You can also mix baking soda with your toothpaste but it is highly recommended to rinse your mouth with baking soda and water or brushing with it. Do this 2-3 times a day after meals for best results.Hope this will help.
Question: I m 19 weeks pregnant i have a severe toothache what should i do
Answer: Hi dr 1st trimester u cant take any treatment bt adtr 4 mnth u can... still if u don wan go to docor means apply cloves oil to the pain as its available in medical shop
Question: I'm 21 week pregnant .i have a back pain what should i do
Answer: Firstly the weight of the growing baby and uterus also puts pressure on the blood vessels and nerves in the pelvis and back. Posture changes. This may result in back pain or strain.
Secondly the two sciatic nerves in your body run from the lower back to the feet. When an enlarged uterus puts pressure on the nerves, you can experience pain, numbness, or a tingling sensation in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. Another possible cause of hip pain during the second trimester is round ligament pain.
Few tips for relief
1.) Practice good posture. As your baby grows, your center of gravity shifts forward
2.) Get the right gear. Wear low-heeled — not flat — shoes with good arch support
3.) Lift properly
4.) Sleep on your side
5.) Try heat, cold or massage
6.) Include physical activity in your daily routine
Hope this helps.