Hello dear... If you have tingling, numb and painfulhands during pregnancy, it's likely to be caused by carpal tunnel syndrome... This is common in pregnancy.. This swelling squeezes a nerve, called the median nerve, that runs down to your hand and fingers, causing numbness... Ice your wrist or soak it in an ice bath for 10 minutes to 15 minutes once or twice an hour and this should help reduce the numbness...
Hi This kind of hair loss in babys upto 6 months of age is called as telogen effluvium.It happens because hormone levels suddenly drop right after birth.It is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about.New hair will grow right in though it could be of completely different texture and colour sometimes
hi dear don't worry as we are getting closer and as the baby grows it causes more pain on the ultimate back and also on the leg this is because of the pressure of the growing baby and also the muscles and largement and the bones enlargement when the pressure of the child falls on the uterus is it causes veginal pain so you don't need to worry about it even sometimes when the body heat increases it may also cause lower abdominal pain try to massage your tummy with oil which helps to reduce the pain and also it would be good if you sleep on your left side which is good for babies growth movement and also for blood circulation
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Hi dear, UTI is quite common in pregnancy.one must be very careful if the infection is recurring.kindly follow the tips: increase your fluid intake,which you have already done.drink unsweetened cranberry juice. drink barley soak water.empty bladder whenever you have urge to urinate.empty bladder completly.avoid using public toilets. use sex hygiene.always clean the area with plain water after using toilet. wipe front to back.include lot of vitamin C in diet.probiotics would help in growing good bacteria in gut,which would flush out bad ones.minimize bladder irritants like soda,or sugary diets.exercise for a healthy life style.use loose fittings cotton panty only.also get a urine culture done to know the type of bacteria causing it.you might have to intake antibiotics if the infection is severe.....
Hi, You need to stay active , follow a heslthy diet, baby needs to be in position and there will definetly be chances for normal