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Question: I am 9weeks pregnant. I am suffering with huge constipation. What should i do now?

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Answer: Hi dear Constepation is quiet normal in pregnancy...take banana daily before bed..as banana helos to relieve from constipation and also it is rich in folic acid which is main source for babies brain development.... Take tender coconut water it helps to relieve from constepation... Take some 6-7 kismis and boil it in a glass water and let it cool and take it...
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    Priyanka Dasgupta891 days ago

    Thank u so much...i will definitely try

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