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Question: Hurt burn what to do

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Answer: Drink coconut water.. Or cold milk
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Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy.Its due to acidity. Acidity is Common problem in pregnancy due to hormone changes. You get get rid of acidity by drinking lots of water. Cumin powder soak in water in the night morning drink that water on empty stomach. It helps a lot to reduce acidity. Cold milk also helps a lot to reduce acidity. Avoid spicy food and good that is hard to digest. Eat in small portions at regular intervals. Avoid late night eating. Take care
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Answer: Hi dear, Heartburn in pregnancy may occur because of changing hormone levels, which can affect the muscles of the digestive tract and how different foods are tolerated. To reduce heartburn during pregnancy without hurting your baby, you should try the following: Eat several small meals each day instead of three large ones. Eat slowly. Avoid fried, spicy, or rich (fatty) foods or any foods that seem to cause relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter and increase the risk of heartburn. Drink less while eating. Drinking large amounts while eating may increase the risk of acid reflux and heartburn. Don't lie down directly after eating. Keep the head of your bed higher than the foot of your bed. Or place pillows under your shoulders to help prevent stomach acids from rising into your chest.
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Answer: Hi dear, Heartburn in pregnancy may occur because of changing hormone levels, which can affect the muscles of the digestive tract and how different foods are tolerated. To reduce heartburn during pregnancy without hurting your baby, you should try the following: Eat several small meals each day instead of three large ones. Eat slowly. Avoid fried, spicy, or rich (fatty) foods or any foods that seem to cause relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter and increase the risk of heartburn. Drink less while eating. Drinking large amounts while eating may increase the risk of acid reflux and heartburn. Don't lie down directly after eating. Keep the head of your bed higher than the foot of your bed. Or place pillows under your shoulders to help prevent stomach acids from rising into your chest.
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