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Question: mujhe 3 month complete hone wale hai. but mujhe constipation (kabaj) rehti hai. Kya krna chahiye
Answer: Eat a high-fibre diet that contains lots of wholegrain cereals, wholemeal bread and fruit and vegetables. This will provide you with roughage to aid your digestion. You should also drink at least 1.5 litres (2.6 pints) of water every day.
Don’t rely on taking bran to avoid constipation, unless you also drink a lot more fluids. Without extra water, bran will bulk up your poo, making it hard and less able to pass along your intestines. Large amounts of bran may also interfere with your body’s ability to absorb certain nutrients from your food.
Staying active and exercising will help to prevent constipation. Walking, swimming or aquanatal classes, gentle cycling on an exercise bike, or pregnancy exercise classes can all help.
Practising yoga positions can keep constipation at bay, and Pilates is particularly helpful. These exercises tone your inner tummy muscles, which help to keep your bowels moving.
Cut out drinks that make you wee more often, such astea, coffee, and cola. These diuretics may dehydrate you and make your constipation worse.
Question: Mujhe 3 month complete hone wala hai tu kya sex karna sahi hai
Answer: Hello dear
It is not advisable to have sex in first 3 months of pregnancy as fetus is Taking growth during this time. So, it can be harmful for the fetus.
After completion of 3 months, u can have sex from 4 to 7 months. If ur pregnancy is going smooth and u have no medical complications then doing sex in last trimester is totally safe. Last month sex can help u in open ur cervix.
Question: kya injection Patna important hota hai pregnancy main...my fifth month is running..dr ne mujhe koi injection nai lagaya...??? kya Karun..?? koi problem hojayega aage???
Answer: Two vaccines are specifically recommended for pregnant women: the flu (influenza)vaccine, which should be given during the first or second trimester of pregnancy; and the Tdap (tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis) vaccine, given when you're 27 to 36 weeks pregnant to guard against whooping cough (aka pertussis).