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सवाल: Mera 7th month chl rha h Muje bar bar acidity ho jati h Kuch oily na v khau fr v Esa kyu?
उत्तर: Some of the hormonal and physical changesin your body during pregnancy can cause heartburn. For example, the placenta produces the hormone progesterone, which relaxes the smooth muscles of the uterus.you can try these remedies 1. COCONUT WATER Since coconut water is a natural acid neutralizer, drinking it can provide immediate and easy relief. And with the latest boom in coconut water, it’s easier to get than ever. 2. PAPAYA This delicious fruit has a natural enzyme that relieves heartburn. You can eat the fruit itself, as long as it is ripe. But you can also take chewable papaya enzyme, found in any health food store. 3. FENNEL SEEDS Fennel seed tea and fennel seed oil both work great to ward off heartburn by soothing the digestive tract and reducing acid and inflammation. 4. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR Consuming apple cider vinegar actually sends a message to your stomach to stopproducing acid, thus your heartburn is relieved. It’s one of those small wonders of the world. 5. RAW ALMONDS The oil found in almonds neutralizes stomach acid and soothes your symptoms. They’re also a great source of calcium and protein. So eat up! 6. SAUERKRAUT Sauerkraut, and all fermented foods (like pickles, kimchi, and kefir) reduce heartburn. And over time, they can actually improve the health of your stomach by providing beneficial bacteria to your gut. 7. MILK & HONEY Add a tablespoon of honey into warm milk, and enjoy a sweet treat that might just help your heartburn.
सवाल: Hii mera six month complete hone wala bt muje movement nhi ho rha
उत्तर: The average number of kicks falls between 15-20 per day, remembering this includes all movement.Every baby is different, and this includes their movements. Some babies literally sleep all day and move at night when you are asleep, whereas others seem to be moving all the time. Babies rest and sleep in the womb as much as 17 hours a day, usually for periods of around 40-50 minutes at a time. If you’ve been busy and on the move, you might not notice your baby’s wakeful movements. Most pregnant women will notice a peak in activity after meal times, after being active and during the evening.There are many causes for it to decrease. It may be that you’re a bit dehydrated or not eating enough yourself. It can even be caused by the mother being stressed. It can be something as benign as your baby’s sleep pattern changing. However, it could also be a the amniotic sac being ruptured, the placenta coming away from the womb wall or the cord not delivering enough oxygenated blood to the baby it also decreases in late pregnancy because there is not enough place for movement. It might increase just because you’ve had a lot of caffeine or sugar or it could be that the baby is in distress due to a cord accident (such as becoming wrapped round the baby’s neck) or the cord not taking enough oxygen to the baby. If you find change in movent for over 24-48 hours please contact a doctor.
सवाल: mera 15 week complt hone wala he pr abhi kuch tym se muje sir me daily dard hota h smj nhi aa rha esa kyu ho rha h ky krna chahiye muje.........
उत्तर: If your headache was brought on by a trigger, try to find techniques that can help to prevent them. Depending on the trigger, you may find some of the following helpful: Make time to rest, and try to stay relaxed. At work, find somewhere to put your feet up and relax during your lunch break. Once you’re home, try to cut down on chores. Relaxation techniques such as yoga ormeditation may also help.Try to have a regular sleep pattern. Getting too little sleep, or even half an hour more sleep than usual, can trigger migraines or headaches. If you’re suffering from insomnia, try a natural remedy.If your headaches are related to muscle tension or posture, you could see a physiotherapist. A physiotherapist can massage and move parts of your body to relieve pressure, and show you exercises to do at home.Eat little and often to keep low blood sugar levels up, and don’t skip meals.Exercise regularly, but don’t push yourself. Keeping fitmay reduce how often and how severely you have headaches. Exercise helps to balance your blood sugar levels and improves your breathing. It also triggers your body to release feel-good chemicals, called endorphins.Try acupuncture. It's a treatment that's considered safe and may help your headaches.