Question: Hi mera 1st March se 7th month start ho jayega. Mujhe bahut cold h aur khansi bhi bahut h jiski wajah se mera stomach dard ho rha h khans khans ke kya karu main? Please help?
Answer: If you get a cold or a cough, try treating it by doing the following:
• Place a humidifier in your room, keep your head elevated on your pillow while resting.
• Drink warm tea, or gargle with warm salt water.
• Besides that take proper rest & sleep, drink plenty of fluids & increase intake of Vitamin C as it boosts immunity
• You can also count on home remedies like – a) Kaada made of tulsi, honey, adrak, b) Take mild steam c) increase intake of garlic as it acts like a powerhouse against the cold during pregnancy!
It is best to reduce the number of over-the-counter medications you take. Many medications you normally would use to treat the symptoms of your cold are not safe to take during your pregnancy.
Question: Hi . Mera hb kam he...dr ne fersoft tab diya he....kya isase mera hb increase ho jayega...??
Answer: Agar doctor ne suggest kiya hai toh aap follow kre. Saath hi kuch food suggest krti hu for increasing hb
Vegetarian: spinach, tofu, asparagus, broccoli, green peas, tomatoes, bell peppers, cauliflower, potatoes, fenugreek leaves, beans,
Fruits: Beetroot, pomegranate, watermelon, apple, apricot, oranges, strawberries, papaya, grape fruit, banana, peach, persimmons, mulberries, guava, litchis, kiwi
Non vegetarian: Whole egg, chicken liver, oysters, meat, seafood, red lean meat, clams
Other foods: dates, almonds, amla, raisins, prunes, pumpkin seeds, dried beans, Nettle, wheat germ, sprouts, peanuts, colocasia leaves, soyabeans, currants, legumes( soya nuts, red kidney beans, chickpeas, black-eyed peas, black beans, lentils, fava beans) starch and grains, brown rice, dark chocolates, whole grains, yogurt, daal , rajma, sesame seeds
Question: mera pp blood sugar 143 aaya h aur hb 7.9 % hai kya mughe dibeties ho gaya ha aur diet mai kya khaye jo sab thik ho jaye
Answer: yes aap sugar level high hai..Eating a variety of foods is recommended, and it is better to eat smaller portions throughout the day (e.g. 3 small to moderate meals and 2-4 snacks) rather than just a few large meals.Many women with gestational diabetes will be advised to eat fewer carbohydrates than in their normal diet and to eat complex carbohydrates that contain fiber. It’s important to limit consumption of foods containing large amounts of simple sugars.High-fiber foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as whole-grain products, are not only nutritious but also effective in keeping blood sugar levels stable.Skipping meals is not recommended because this leads to undesirable fluctuations in blood sugar levels.