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Drinking very hot soup during pregnancy
Hello, I am currently 26 weeks pregnant. I had 2 cups of very hot soup and my baby started kicking up a storm. I did a kick count and my baby kicked a total of 37 times in 2 hours. I wanted to know if drinking very hot water or hot soup can affect the baby in the womb? Really nervous thinking about it.
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No take of very hot but take coconut misri pander chhena fruit and green vegetables milk and ghrit
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avoid to drink very hot drink. if there is severe pain then meet ur gynaecologist.
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Yes affects the movement.. Avoid very hot substances ...hot touch and hot potency stuffs
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apply ghee over abdomen and have cold / normal  water bath.
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have butter / ghee and milk in diet for a day
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