Answer: Hllo dear u r 4 months pregnant .during pregnancy excess sleeping s common. one of the reasons for fatigue and sleep problems during pregnancy are changing hormone levels. rising progesterone levels may partly explain excessive daytime sleepiness, especially in the first trimester.nothing to worry about .U have headache take ginger tea .massage ur head wit mustard oil .try it
Answer: Hi.. Dear all this is due to hormonal changes. Sometimes pregnancy can make you completely exhausted all day long with severe Headaches. Use a Maternity pillow, comfort yourself and try to sleep. Have a good warm tea. But, do not take any medicine without consulting your gynaecologist.
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Assess the reason of headache first .headaches could be due to :
3- cold or any other infection
6- pregnancy or hormonal
7-side effects of any medication
9- caffeine induced or allergies
If you have no history of migraine,it could be pregnancy lead or stress.
1- meditation and breathing exercises does help in regular headaches
2- a nice walk in fresh air could improve the healthy breathing
3- eat smaller meals instead of larger meals
4- cold or hot compress on neck and forehead
6- eating frozen yogurt
7- drinking plenty of water
8- avoid alcohol and caffine
9- try to avoid stress and practice yoga
10- warm oil head massage could improve blood circulation in head
If nothing works out you could talk to your doctor,if he could provide any ointment or medicine which are safe to take to release the headache.Älso refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
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Answer: It is nott burps. Its his movements which u feel as if wo baar baar hicki le raha h. Its abdolitely normal. Dont worry. Stay happy. Infact now u should observe wat makes him happy like in my case if music is played baby starts dancing all of a sudden. Earlier it was fun but now i m near to delivery so space is less. I feel pain but its k i enjoy it
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Answer: heartburn occurs in late pregnancy due to the growing uterus and hormonal surge. The uterine cavity occupies more room in the abdominal cavity, further pushing the stomach and affecting digestion. This makes you feel more bloated after meals. As a result, you will also experience heartburn, acidity, or constipation. To avoid it you should eat smaller meals throughout the day, exercise regularly, eat a high fiber diet, drink lots of water and fluids. • Eat small, regular meals and stay away from foods that tend to give you gas. Fried foods, sweets, cabbage and beans are common culprits, but you might find other foods that are particularly troublesome
• Eating and drinking slowly will keep you from swallowing excess air
• Loose clothing will keep you comfy
• Yoga classes can also help settle things down.
• Consuming plenty of liquids and high-fiber foods will help