Answer: Constipation is very painful yet common in pregnancy, but if not treated in time will create trouble in your pregnancy even after delivery. There are few remedies that you can try for yourself, hope it works.
1. When you get up in the morning, drink a glass of warm water with lemon.
2. Take a tablespoon of coconut oil or olive oil before each meal. The oil which help soften and lubricate the stool.
3. Eat high-fiber foods such as whole grain cereals and breads, brown rice, and beans as well as fresh fruits and vegetables every day.
4: Go for a long walk (or a repetitive walk close to the toilet).
5: Take a glass of warm water or herbal tea before bed.
6: Stew on the stove half a cup of dried fruits such as apricots or prunes with a cupful of water. Cook till the fruit is soft and then mash it and eat the whole thing including liquids in the morning before eating anything else.
7: Avoid caffeinated drinks.
8. Go to the toilet when you have the urge, don't put it off.
9: To ease the stool passing, rub some organic oil (e.g. virgin coconut oil) on your bottom area.
10. Drink lots of water throughout the day.
11. Have rich fibre diet like oats, pomegranate with seeds etc .
12. Go for walk daily.
13. Consult ayurvedic doctor for medication.
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Question: I am having constipation even after take d medicine .
Constipation is a common problem in pregnancy , there are many reasons of it from pre natal medicines to slow bowel movements. however you can follow some home remedy to get some relief;
1)Please increase your water consumption as it helps in bowel movement.
2)Have fibrous food which are easily digestible like green veggies, radish, okra etc. oats they have high fibre content.
3) Have isabgol every night, you can.have pitted prunes, overnight soaked raisins too as they work as natural laxative.
4)Dont strain while you are on the loo, take time have some water and again try.
Constipation do not pose any risk to your child.
Question: I am having severe cold, what medicine can I take
Answer: You'll have to consult your doctor before taking any medication during pregnancy.
When you become pregnant, your immune system is likely to change. As a result of these changes, you may contract a cold or a cough at some point during your pregnancy. In addition, your illness may last longer.
Place a humidifier in your room, keep your head elevated on your pillow while resting, or use nasal strips. You can take steam or even inhale eucalyptus which gives some relief.
Question: I am having headache ... What medicine I should take
Answer: Hello dear. You'll have to consult your doctor before taking any medication during pregnancy.
It's normal to get tension headaches when you're pregnant, especially in the first trimester. Migraine sufferers usually get some relief during pregnancy although some women get their first migraine headache whenthey're pregnant. This is due to the harmonal changes in the body.
Here are a few steps to help you get relief from headache:
Avoid headache triggers.
Include physical activity in your daily routine.
Practice relaxation techniques.