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Question: Mai 13 weeks pregnant hu kya gartric k liye tab pantop-d le sakti hu gastric wajah se vomit bhi bahut hoti hai

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Answer: Hi Some common foods that cause gas and bloating include cabbage, beans, cauliflower, broccoli, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, pasta, bread, white rice, potatoes, oat bran, raspberries, and pears.At the same time, avoid greasy or fried fatty foods. They take a long time to break down and digest. Also, sodas and fruity, fizzy drinks are packed with empty calories and can cause gas. Home remedies  Fenugreek contains a good amount of soluble fiber that absorbs water in the intestines and adds bulk to the stools. This helps ease constipation, which in turn prevents the   formation of gas during pregnancy Put 2 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in a cup of water.Let it soak overnight.The next morning, strain out the infused water and drink it on an empty stomach.also drink lots of water and stay physically active. Better is doing yoga every. Day all the best.  Ginger  A great remedy is to grate about one teaspoon of fresh ginger and have it with one teaspoon of lime juice after your meals. Drinking ginger tea is also an effective remedy for gas relief. Ginger acts as a natural carminative 
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