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Question: I had completed my 5 months but now also my tummy is not seeing

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Answer: It will be shown soon Don't worry When you are pregnant you should eat at least 2700 calories each day which means double the amount of food You are developing baby inside so your iron necessity will also be more Get plenty of rest put your legs and foot up as frequently as possible to avoid or reduce any swelling Take more fruits fruit juices boiled vegetables and nutritious diet Avoid spicy food and oily food Food heavy and hard to digest should also be avoided Eat in regular intervals small portions Boil cumin in water and add ghee sugar to it Keep on drinking it Tightness of stomach major issue is mainly due to gas formation and acidity By eating small portions at regular intervals you can avoid indigestion and reduce gas formation Cumin water helps you to lose the tightness Take care
Answer: If u look thin it ll nt show so much
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