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ivy

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Wednesday, March 31st 2010, 10:52pm

yoga pose/home remedies for wind/indigestion?

hey ladies, anybody here know yoga pose (that is safe for preggers of coz) for trapped wind/indigestion? im wee bit paranoid to take over the counter drugs like rennie etc and ive been loads of ginger tea instead, any other home remedies that u can think of?

i seriouly determine to or but i can't, soz tmi. [zx037]
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Tuesday, April 6th 2010, 9:17pm

Hi Ivy,
I suffered from a lot of trapped wind when I was pregnant. I found kneeling on all fours helpful, I also had a birthing ball and found sitting on that and circling my hips very good, its perfectly safe to do in pregnangcy and as I got bigger, it was really the only comfortable place to sit. I spent most of my labour there too. I also drank lots of peppermint tea. I tried peppermint cordial but I really didn't like it. You can get wind eze capsules from the chemist and they are quite safe to take, I never found them all that effective though.





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Wednesday, April 7th 2010, 9:28pm

thx for the tips, hon x :cuddle
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