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Question: Mera 4th month chal raha hai mere hand ke bagal me dana nikla hai mujhe kon si dawa khani chahiye plz help me
Answer: Hello dear, It can be cause of sweating.... If you are feeling hot and uncomfortable, So it becomes important to take steps to cool him down before doing anything else.... Turn up the fan, cooler or AC settings. If there isn't any electricity then take off layers of clothing.You may be more comfortable in just a cotton nighty during the day. Don't go in direct sunlight or warm enclosed areas like a hot car. If you wants to go outside in a shaded area, make sure that the hot loo winds are not blowing. They can cause dehydration and heat stroke. ..... You can apply neem paste here, it will help you. Alovera jel is also effective..... Take a bath in cold water or go splash around in an pool inside the house..... You can use a clean damp cloth to wipe your body to instantly cool..... Make sure you drinks plenty of fluids ..... Coconut water is rich in electrolytes and can help prevent dehydration, especially if your baby has diarrhoea..... This time milkshakes, buttermilk or chhaach, lassi or smoothies are great for you. Use full fat milk or dahi..... Lemonade, sherbet and homemade fresh fruit juices are healthy and refreshing on a hot and sunny day.... Change the menu .... Because of the heat your may find regular meals heavy and uncomfortable. Consider feeding him wholesome foods that are light on his tummy..... Khichdi, curd rice, lemon rice and poha are ideal meals for hot days. Take a look at these cereal recipes..... Custards with fresh fruits and jelly, puddings, kulfi, rabri, cold kheer and soufflés can all be healthy and tasty alternatives if made with moderate amounts of sugar.... You can occasionally treat to ice-cream or sorbet, especially on an extremely hot day. Some reaction to chemical in soap or other products. clean the area properly, do not apply any cream or powder...just keep it open & let it breathe. .... • Look at changing the laundry powder. Stop using baby shampoo and soaps..... • Try not to overheat/overdress them - heat can make the itchiness worse. As can waterproof mattresses - if you have the waterproof side up, swap it around - they overheat more when sleeping on the non breathable side. Also at night, layers of cotton blankets allow their heat to escape..... in spite of your efforts, you don't see any improvement in spots, then you may need to consult your doctor.
Question: 9th month m kon kon si exercise krni chahiye???
Answer: Hello dear... During pregnancy, A good diet with mild exercise will give you a healthy baby, you can start with walking, walking is the best exercise to do in pregnancy, do it regularly for better results,can also do pelvic exercises,kegal, squats but after consulting doctor,they will give you stamina and also leads to vaginal birth,you can try maternity yoga too,they are very powerful in reducing pregnancy related issues and they too helps in vaginal birth Yoga in pregnancy will be very helpful for smooth and safe delivery.. it can also increase flexibility, and increases stamina both physically and mentally. But before doing these asanas, it is essential to take advice from yoga instructor, Few poses that helps in pregnancy are Pranayam It is a best breathing exercise, do it regularly , it will helps you lot in pregnancy Tadasana - a mountain pose It is good to do this Asana in pregnancy, it will strengthen the spine and releives back pain too Trikona Asana - triangle pose This triangle pose will helps in reducing digestive problems caused during pregnancy, it will also helps in labour Utkasana - chair pose The chair pose will helps in strengthening of pelvic and cervix muscles Konasama - angle pose It helps in strengthening hips, it also control widening of hips Thank you
Question: kya 8th month me lichi kha sakty h
Answer: In general, it is not safe to eat litchi during pregnancy since it is known to raise blood sugar levels in and lead to gestational diabetes. Litchis may also contribute to contracting infections and result in haemorrhage. This is an extreme case, but it is still recommended not to consume litchi during pregnancy.