Answer: Hi dear,
PCOD is a life style based syndrome.usually women find quite difficult to conceive woth PCOD.they are prone to get diabetes and bp issues too.but with proper diet and lifestyle change you can definitely get pregnant and have easy delivery.include active lifestyle by exercising daily.eat whole grains,complex carbs like brown rice,whole wheat flour,oats,quinoa.protein rich diet would make sure you have slow rise in sugar.lesa salt in diet could help control high bp.consult your doctor before planning for pregnancy.
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Question: Swelling solutions?
Answer: Hello dear. Various factors contribute to foot and ankle swelling during pregnancy. For starters, your body retains more fluid during pregnancy. Also, your growing uterus puts pressure on your veins, which impairs return of blood to your heart.
Here are the few tips you can follow
Avoid standing for long periods.
Minimize outdoor time when it is hot.
Rest with your feet elevated.
Wear comfortable shoes, avoiding high heels if possible.
Wear supportive tights or stockings.
Avoid clothes that are tight around your wrists or ankles.
Question: acidity solutions please
Answer: Eat food at frequent intervals ,
Do not keep a huge gap between 2 meals..
Drink plenty of water.
Have ginger water and buttermilk.
Have jeera /saunf
Drink coconut water tooo..
These tips should help relieve acidity
Question: blocked duct breast solutions??
Answer: Hii you can apply a warm compress such as a warm wash cloth onto the plugged duct in between nursing. The best time to use a warm compress is right before nursing so that you can loosen the duct to remove the most milk.also don't wear tight or uncomfortable bra. Take a warm shower and hand express your milk while massaging the swollen area from the top of the breast, towards the nipple.If your breast is not completely drained after a feeding, you should try pumping after feedings.Trying different positions while breastfeeding, might help the milk flow easier.You can use a cold compress after feedings for pain relief.Make sure you get enough rest.Drink plenty of fluids and clean water.Eat well