Question: I have cough and I m in 2nd trimester... Which medicine should I take
Answer: Hello dear, Always take medicine precribed by your doctor. if you feel pain in stomach due to cough. Try to hold your belly when you coughing. you can try these home remedies... Make a tulsi, ginger,cloves and black pepper kadha and drink twice a day ....Tulsi ginger tea to soothe the throat pain....Boil half a tsp of turmeric in a glass of water and drink before bed ....Gargle with hot salty water frequently..Mix honey, ginger juice and apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and take it. It will help to cure cold, cough and sore throat. Take honey ginger juice thrice a day. Paste made of basil leaves and honey is beneficial in soothing cough. Suck a slice of lemon with salt and black pepper on it to reduce the intensity of cough. Eating garlic with meals 2-3 times a week to seek relief. Onion juice mixed with honey also acts as a good cough syrup. Eating foods rich in vitamin C, like oranges, may help naturally boost your immune system. Hope it helped Take care urself...
Question: I am in my 18 weeks of pregnancy and suffering from bad cold and cough. Which medicine should i take
Answer: Hi. Since you are pregnant, medications need to be avoided. 1) take steam to help and give you relief. 2) drink turmeric milk as that's immediately helps in bringing back the lost taste from our tongue. 3) try salt water gargling 4)Try to drink hot water and keep yourself covered at all times. 5) a healthy diet helps you to fight infections 6) roast gram flour in ghee and mix it in warm milk and drink. Gives a lot of effect Hope this helps
Question: Since 2 days i m suffering from lots of cold and cough..what should i take?
Answer: There are many effective, safe, and natural remedies for cough and cold during pregnancy, many of which can be used during a flu as well. Here is a list of things you can keep on hand in case you become sick: Garlic – Part of the onion family, garlic is a powerhouse against the cold during pregnancy! During pregnancy, it’s best to consume 1 crushed, raw garlic clove with each meal. If your cold is acute, you could increase your garlic consumption to 1 crushed, raw clove per every 2-3 hours. I like to smear in raw honey for taste and added benefits. Apple Cider Vinegar – Raw preferably. ACV alkalinizes the body and most illnesses can’t thrive in alkaline environments. It also contains good bacteria which helps to fight of infection. Mix 1-2 tablespoons of ACV into water or tea and drink 3 times a day. Gargle with ACV OR warm water with salt and turmeric to soothe a sore throat. Honey – raw, local honey is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic. Take 1 tsp., three times a day Onion – raw onion has phytochemicals that help keep the respiratory tract open. You can make a black bean or beef burger and top with lots of onions and mustard. Clear, unsweetened liquids – Dehydration is more of a concern in pregnant women than in non-pregnant women so being diligent about staying hydrated is important. Homemade lemonade, bone broth, herbal teas, coconut water and this special electrolyte drink are all fantastic. Stay away from caffeine as this can further dehydrate you. Homemade chicken soup – take your bone broth and cook in a pot with onion, carrots, celery, mushrooms, parsley and cut up chicken. Add sea salt for taste and mineral boost. Warm salt water – use as a gargle for a sore throat or with a neti pot for congestion. High quality probiotic – supports general health and good immune response. I like this one best. The following herbs can be helpful for cold symptoms but should only be used in food/beverages and not in concentrated supplement form. Cayenne powder – antimicrobial, analgesic, and expectorant. Garlic – antiviral, antibiotic, and antiseptic. Ginger – antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. Good for upset tummy. Thyme (Ajwain ke fool) – antimicrobial, antibacterial, antiviral, expectorant, and astringent. Great for respiratory infections, coughs, and upset tummy. Cinnamon – antiviral, and antibiotic. Hope this helps.