17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mam i am 4 month pregnant .m getting more cough because of this heavy cough m getting heavy pain on right side of stomach

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Answer:  Hello dear,  if you feel pain in stomach due to cough. Try to hold your belly when you coughing. you can try these home remedies... 1. Make a tulsi, ginger,cloves and black pepper kadha and drink twice a day .... 2. Tulsi ginger tea to soothe the throat pain.... 3. Boil half a tsp of turmeric in a glass of water and drink before bed .... 4. Gargle with hot salty water frequently.... 5. Take honey ginger juice thrice a day. Hope it helped, Take care urself....    
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    Kavya Shree790 days ago

    Thanq so much 😊

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    priyanka jaiswal790 days ago

    Welcome take care

Answer: Thanq so much re 😊 I ll try sure
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