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Question: I have gas problem and back pain .what should i do to get rid of? I am 11 weeks pregnant..
Answer: Hi Dear! Since you have just completed the first trimester it is common.. Keep something to eat besides bed while sleeping at night. First thing in the morning instead of getting up(sitting) put something in mouth and chew properly for a minute or so (lying on bed itself) and then get up and sit ..it helps a lot in settling down acidity and gastritis. *Cold milk without sugar.. 2 3 sips after every hour, vanilla icecream, or butter milk, lassi etc. *I had major acidity during pregnancy. Dont have spicy food, have small frequent meals, and Chilled milk in small sips, eat saunf after meals help alot, avoid canned juices, have coconut water, chewing gum can give temporary relief, you should have dinner early at least 1.5-2 hours before sleep.. Pregnancy causes a lot of stretching and loosening of muscle, the growing uterus pushes other internal organs hence a little bit of pain here and there is normal, the back supports the weight of the body and due to growing weight the lower back as well as leg keeps cramping or aching, there is not much you can do about except put a warm bag at the lower back, walk daily, correcting postures, sitting with a lot of back support like sitting pillows or cushions etc. and above all keeping the body hydrated is also very important.. Good luck!
Question: I am 8 weeks pregnant .....i am suffering from gas ....what should i do to get rid of this problem
Answer: Avoid gastric foods.. include hing, garlic, cumic seeds in ur foods that will naturally control ur gas issues.. usually in thirs trimester, the uterus expands and it puts pressure on the surrounding organs, causing digestive issues, such as constipation and excess gas... Eat in smaller portions throughout the day instead of large meals.. Eat slowly, chew the food thoroughly and eat Avoiding carbonated and caffeinated beverages and spicy, fried, acidic, or fatty foods. Eat fibre rich foods
Question: Hello madam. I am 11 weeks pregnant and I am suffering from back pain. Is it normal?? How can I get rid of this problem?? Pls suggest
Answer: Hi, At this time, your uterus is continuing its rapid growth. You should be able to feel the top of it just above your pelvic bone. As a result, you may start to experience sharp lower abdominal pains called round ligament pain when you get up or shift positions too quickly. Dont stand longer. Have a support while sitting or lying down