13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Mera 3 month running hai mere pet me jalan hoti kya kru

2 Answers
Answer: Pregnancy me jalan Hona normal h.. Mostly ladies ko pregnancy me ye problem rehti h. Hormonal and physical changes ki wajah se aapko pet me jalan feel ho rhi h. Jalan ko kam karne ke liye aa ye sab kr sakti h: 1. Aap un sab food ko avoid kijiye jisse aapka stomach kharab ho Sakta h 2. Aap thoda thoda khana khaiye 3. Khane k beech me pani jarur pijiye 4. Chew gum after eating 5. Eat two or three hours before bedtime
Answer: Stop eating oily and spicy good. Eat saunf after your meal. Dont go to bed just after meal, drink enough water.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Mere pet me kabj rehti potty bhi nii hoti pls btaye kya kru mera 3 month chal raha
Answer: Try this Remedy You Will Need1/2 lemon1 glass of warm waterHoney (optional)What You Have To DoSqueeze half a lemon into a glass of warm water.Add honey to taste and consume this daily.How Often You Should Do This Do this 1-2 times daily. Why This Works Lemon exhibits antioxidant properties and has high vitamin C content. It is one of the most commonly used remedies to treat constipation as it increases the production of bile in your body. This, in turn, increases the contractions of the bowel muscles and helps you to pass stool easily 
»Read All Answers
Question: m 5 month chal ra h mere pet m bhut jalan hoti hai m kya lru
Answer: Hii aap spicy khana aur oily khana Na khaye. Roz alkbkaro aap. Gas hone Ali cheeze Na khaye jaise cabbage , radish,coffee cola . Fresh fruits and vegetable khaye. Khana khane ke time Pani kam piye.apne left joke soye night me. Agar jhuke tho ghutne se jhuke. Kamar niche Na kare. Dahi khaye. Tight kapde Na Pahne.
»Read All Answers
Question: Mera 4th month running h or kuch dino se mere pet thodi jalan si ho rhi h kya kru
Answer: Avoid fried, spicy, or rich (fatty) foods or any foods that seem to cause relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter and increase the risk of heartburn. Drink less while eating. Drinking large amounts while eating may increase the risk of acid reflux and heartburn.
»Read All Answers