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Pregnant. Having acidity problem, feels sleepy, gaining weight. How to get rid of acidity?

I am 6.5 months pregnant. I am facing severe acidity problems. I don t eat papad, pickle nor do I eat Curd, Buttermilk due to cold problem faced twice during last 6 months. I do take eat atleast once or twice a day otherwise I feel very sleepy & is unable to work in office. Due to hyper acidity many a times I am not able to digest my food & have to go for motions. Due to this recurring problem my total weight gain is ~ 4 -4.5 Kgs only from 55 to 59. Do i have to worry abt the weight & how do i get rid of acidity.
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Since you are having acidity, Only pickle you should avoid, rest of the thing you can continue. Take balanced diet more vegetable fruits protein preferably fish. Rest of the thing are fine. Take food for yourself and the growing baby with you.
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