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5 months pregnant, loose motions two times in a day. How to stop it without harming the foetus?

Hi doc, today i had bread with omelette and then i took mango cake at 10am. In lunch my colleage gave me 1 chicken sandwich and 1 potato garlic sandwich. Now i had 1 times already loose motion before dinner.i had dinner of rice with potato and green peas. I had now 2nd time loose motion again after dinner.I m in 5 month pregnancy. I m affraid it will not harm my baby. What shall i do to stop it?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
first of all you should stop taking food orally.That will help you to get cleared all undigested food in your intestine.
Take enough water having sugar & salt to hydrate your self.
You can swallow isabgol 2 teaspoon full to increase viscosity of stool.as it is a natural herb it will not harm foetus.
if this measure doesn't work you should contact your doctor.
Thanks again.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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