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Question: Pero mai bahut sujan hai koi ilaj
Answer: Hi dear. sabse pahle aap apne khane mein namak kam Karen and Ek hot photo cutter blade use mustard oil and salt mix Karisma apni Pairon ko kam se kam 20 minute ke liye check Karen and sleeping time Apne Pairon Ke Neeche pillow Rakh kar usko elevated position Mein Rakhe and Jyada time standing position main aa rahe hain Thodi proper rest Karen bahut sara Pani Piye
Question: mai 32 week pregnant hu, mere peero mai sujan aur dard hai... raat ko pero mai cramps aate hai.... bohot dard hotta hai..
Answer: During pregnancy, your body produces about 50 percent more blood and other body fluids to help baby grow. And some of that extra fluid is going to fill up your tissues, especially in your hands, feet, legs and ankles. They help soften your body, allowing your joints and tissues to open up and prepare for delivery. You’ll typically see more swelling around your fifth month, lasting through the third trimester. Put your legs in lukewarm water with little salt.
Legs pain/ cramps is quite normal in pregnancy. It is important to stretch your muscles before your exercise and use them for long periods of time.
stretching is useful to he
for the pain /cramp.
gentle massage also give relief. warm oil and massage gently.
apply hot water bottle over your legs.
take warm water bath with little salt
put your legs in warm water with little salt.
Question: It's my 14th weeks. Pero Mai sujan hai kya karna chahiye mujhe. Itni jaldi sujan hota hai kya?
Answer: Bahot paani piyo roz.... walking karo... sothe time pairon ko thoda upar karke so...
Question: mere pero me bahut sujan aa gyi he or right per me jyada hai. kya karu
Answer: Hello! Yeh pregnancy mein common hain, body's mein jyada fluid hone ke wajah se.
You can reduce swelling during pregnancy by lying on your side to relieve the increased pressure on your veins. Here are some other tips to reduce swelling:
Put your feet up whenever possible. At work, keep a stool or pile of books under your desk.
Don't cross your legs or ankles while sitting.
Stretch your legs frequently while sitting: Stretch out your leg, heel first, and gently flex your foot to stretch your calf muscles. Rotate your ankles and wiggle your toes.
Take regular breaks from sitting or standing. Frequent short walks will keep your blood from pooling in your lower extremities.
Wear comfortable shoes that stretch to accommodate swelling in your feet.
Don't wear socks or stockings that have tight bands around the ankles or calves.
Wear waist-high maternity support stockings. Put them on before you get out of bed in the morning so blood doesn't have a chance to pool around your ankles.
Drink plenty of water. Surprisingly, this helps your body retain less fluid. Try to have about 10 8-ounce cups of water or other hydrating beverages each day. (You can tell you're getting enough if your urine looks pale yellow or clear.)
Exercise regularly. Activities like walking, swimming, or riding an exercise bike are good options. Or try a water aerobics class – being immersed in water may reduce swelling temporarily, particularly if you're in the water up to your shoulders.
Eat a healthy diet and limit junk food.