Answer: Hi dear,
Constipation ya kabj bohat common problem hai pregnancy me.iske Kai Karan ho saktey hai,Jaise apka lifestyle ya Aapke medicines.isko theek Karne ke liye niche diye Gaye sujhav pade:
1)khoob Pani pijiye,jisse Aapka bowel smooth hoga
2)Have fibrous food which are easily digestible like green veggies, fryits,oats they have high fibre content.
3) Have isabgol every night, you can have pitted prunes, overnight soaked kishmish too as they work as natural laxative.
4)Dont strain while you are on the loo, take time have some water and again try.
Cremaffin syrup let Sakti hai.dictor se ek Baar dose ki jaankari le le.
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