14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi ladies, I'm 13 week pregnant, n facing gastric problem badly, due to gas i m having headache. Almost everyday I'm facing this problem. Please guide me.

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Answer: hi dear gas problem was a very common during pregnancy so if you take more vegetables and fruits there and also avoid taking gas causing food items and also avoid deep fried oily food items and eating outside. you can boil fennel seeds jeera seeds and add 2 elachi and brown sugar in this take this warm water every mail this helps to avoid in digestion and also gastric issues that write this their this will help you out
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