Tips to stay in the best of your health

Mon­soon and preg­nancy don’t seem to go down well to­gether. The gloomy weather not only sets in mood swings but also makes you more sus­cep­ti­ble to var­i­ous in­fec­tious dis­eases. Here’s ev­ery­thing you need to know about deal­ing with mon­soon dis­eases, mon­soon

Mother & Baby - - CONTENTS - BY TA­NIA TARAFDAR

When you find that you are preg­nant in the mid­dle of sum­mer, it is al­most hard to imag­ine go­ing through a mon­soon preg­nancy with­out fall­ing ill. The rainy sea­son is known to bring along in­fec­tious dis­eases. Add to that the al­ready-stressed im­mune sys­tem dur­ing preg­nancy, and the thought is al­most un­bear­able. Preg­nancy comes with its own set of chal­lenges like nau­sea and wa­ter re­ten­tion to, name a few, but dur­ing the mon­soons, the dis­com­fort seems to mul­ti­ply ten folds. If you are preg­nant dur­ing the mon­soons, these tips from Dr Anand Sakhuja, gy­nae­col­o­gist, Cloud­nine Hos­pi­tals, will help you stay in the best health, as well as breeze through the chal­leng­ing weather.

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