38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mine is 37 weeks i have heart burn problem plz let me know any tips

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Answer: Hello.. Heart burn is caused by acid indigestion is an irritation or burning sensation ,caused stomach content that reflux from stomach,to avoid heartburn follow these steps... The best remedy for heartburn is to change lifestyle,diet and exercise Sleep with elevated pillows Always keep two or three pillow and make yourself elevated will help in reliving heart burn Eat at regular intervals Eat atleast six small meals will help the digestive system ,and also helps hunger and effective for heartburn Fiber rich food Intake of fruits like apples,prunes, figs,guava can be taken to releive constipation Stay hydrated It is essential to drink three litres of water daily, drinking water throughout the day in smaller quantity aids digestion Avoid caffeine Don't drink coffee when you suffer from indigestion.. it will increase it Drink ajwan water Boil ajwan seeds in water, drink this water instead of normal water,it will cure heart burn Avoid gas related foods Don't eat potato,starchy foods,soda,refined sugar because they cause indigestion Drink buttermilk with cumin seeds,ginger,coriander leaves .this is best remedy for heartburn Physical activity Engage yourself in physical activity after meals,mild walk can also be helpful
Answer: Hi dear, Heart burn and acidity is due to slow digestion process during pregnancy.as growing baby has squeesed your stomach for space .eat smaller and frequent meals instead of larger meal .drink plenty of buttermilk with bhuna jeera powder.you can also add grated ginger.chew ajwain. Donot eat spicy food.keep sipping water.water aids in digestion.
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