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Question: Stomach ache in pregnancy how to cure...
Answer: Hello dear. Some abdominal pain during pregnancy is normal: After all, your organs are constantly shifting, your uterus is expanding, and your ligaments are stretching. However if the pain is severe and unbearable, you'll have to contact your gynecologist immediately.
Few of the remedies are :
Sit down, put your feet up, and relax. Resting comfortably should relieve your symptoms.
A hot water bottle or heating pad might help.
Drink lots of liquids.
When you do feel a pain, bend towards the pain to relieve it. Take care.
Question: How to cure stomach pain due to gas trouble
Answer: Hi, you should avoid spicy and oily food you should try taking plain cold milk or Ginger Honey paste one teaspoon or peppermint one teaspoon. Make sure you eat something every 2 hours. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. You can also have ajwain water after your meals
Question: How to cure stomach pain
Answer: Dear I will be sharing some home remedies which I use for my daughter. Dissolve 1 pinches hing in 2 teaspoon of luke warm water and then soak cotton ball in that. Put this cotton on the navel of the baby. Also you can make the baby have ajwain and tulsi boiled water with black salt added to it.
If it is due to constipation the remedies will be different. After 8 months, your baby can have as much as 6 ounces of juice a day to treat constipation. If yourbaby is old enough to eat a variety of solid foods, cut down on constipating foods like rice, bananas, and cooked carrots.
Some Ways to Relieve Baby's Constipation-:
First of all and actually most important is to Increase Water Consumption. Whether your baby is breast or bottle fed, it's easy to assume she's getting enough water due to a primarily liquid diet.
Some other options are-:
1.) Offer Fruit Juice
2.) Feed High-Fiber Foods
3.) Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs”
4.) Try a Different Brand of Formula
5.) Take Your Baby's Temperature
6.) Massage Her Tummy
7.) Give Him a Warm Bath
Bananas, rice cereal, carrots, and cheese are a mainstay of most infant diets--they also tend to have a binding effect on stool. Foods like apricots, pears, prunes, peaches, and plums are better choices to help avoid constipation
Hope it helps.