Answer: Hello dear Fatigue is a common symptom during pregnancy. Some women may feel exhausted throughout their pregnancy, while some may hardly feel tired at all. ... Fatigue during pregnancy is most common during the first trimester. It tends to go away during the second trimester, but will usually return in the third trimester. Fruits such as oranges, pomegranates, kiwi, watermelon, wet figs, strawberry, Blueberries, apples, banana etc should be taken Include little amount of rice, chapathi, curry etc Avoid oily and spicy foods, no to street foods.. Go for walking in the fresh air morning and evening for 30-45 minutes and proper rest is important.. Keep yourself busy with some activities like walking, talking to your near and dear, listening music, reading books, watching good movies etc.. Stay active and healthy.. Happy pregnancy
Answer: Sorry I misread your question. As your body is constantly changing and burning lots of calories to support your pregnancy, it's normal to feel exhausted and tired. It's necessary that you eat something at every 2hours. Also drink lots of water and rest well. First trimester is a crucial time proper care is needed to sail through this period. First trimester meal plan- 1. A glass of milk regularly. 2. Bowl of seasonal fruits 3. Bowl of salads 4. Chapatis 5. Bowl of different types of pulses 6. Fibre rich foods like oats, pomegranate with seeds etc 7. Bowl of veggies 8. Iron and calcium rich diet 9. Avoid ajinomoto 10. No Gassy foods 11. Drink plenty of water 12. Include curd, buttermilk and fennel seeds 13. Avoid aerated and caffeinated drinks 14. Dry Fruits
Answer: Hi dear, Pain in legs are due to various reasons- 1).The growing weight causes more pressure on legs. 2) During pregnancy water retention is the common issue as there is increase in bodily flow. Many a times result in swelling which causes main. 3) As the uterus grows it presses the veins around it causing pain in vagina, thighs, legs. 4) the muscles during pregnancy relaxes dye to hormonal change , often causing cramping and pain. For relief try not to stand for longer hours, dip your deers in lukewarm water, while sleeping place your feet on a pillow so that they are slightly raised from the body. A good massage can also give you relief.