Answer: Hello dear...
Vaginal pain is normal, it happens due to expanding uterus, it may also occurs due to stress, urinary infection, follow these remedies it might be helpful for you...
Drink 2-3 litres of water a day
Have a nutrious diet with lot of fruit and veggies
Include coconut water, buttermilk
Start doing kegal, pelvic exercise will be effective
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Question: I am suffering from vaginal pain..what should i do?
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy
I can understand your anxiety. Vaginal itching and pain is mainly due to change in ph due to hormone changes or may be infection. Use v wash and itching reduces. Vaginal infection can be reduced by following some precautions.
1.Keep your vaginal area always hygienic
2.Drink lot of water
3.Always use only dis infected toilets
You need to contact doctor for medication. Take care
Question: I m suffering from vaginal yeast infection what to do?
Answer: Hello dear. The itching and burning brought on by a yeast infection is usually caused by an overgrowth of Candida, a fungus that naturally lives in the vagina. If the discharge is clear or white and odor-free, it's most likely caused by pregnancy hormones, and it's a sign that the vagina is healthy. There are four vaginal infections which ranges from common to more rare, can affect pregnant women. You'll have to check with your gynecologist if it's other type of infections or just due to harmonal imbalance, if the itching persists.
Tips to Treat Vaginal Itching During Pregnancy:
Apple Cider Vinegar.
Drink lots of water.
If these doesn't help, please consult your gynecologist.
Hope this information was helpful.
Question: hi. m getting lot of pain in vaginal stitches..how to get relief from it
Answer: Pain will go in a week or 10days but stitches will heal in 4-6weeks. Meanwhile take following care -
1) keep your stitches clean n dry
2) avoid straining when passing urine or stool 3) not to sit with your thighs spread apart.
4) avoid heavy work or lifting in the first few days, as it may strain your stitches.
5)To recover fully, it's best to remain active and mobile but also take plenty of rest.