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Question: I am suffering from constipation. What should I do?

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Answer: Hello... During pregnancy constipation is quite normal,but it is should be cured as soon as possible,To avoid constipation in pregnancy do following things.. Have a fiber rich foods that includes wholewheat,oats, grains and cereals,can have oats or millet varieties lot will be effective in reducing constipation Include lot of vegetables and fruits in your diet,include it in the form of sabji,porriyal,salad,you can drink beetroot juice regularly it prevents against constipation and also prevents Anemia Eat guava with breakfast it will help a lot, because it has lot of fibre will held lot in constipation Make a habit of eating figs and prunes daily ,start your day with having soaked dry fruits it will relieve you from constipation Drink lot of water,stay yourself hydrated,also include fresh juice ,can also have veggies soup best remedy for constipation Banana smoothie,figs smoothie will be more effective in reducing constipation. If it persist ,it is better to consult doctor,they will prescribe laxative..
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