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Treat Fever When Youre Pregnant

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Treat Fever When Youre Pregnant

Getting sick is the last thing you need when you're a mom-to-be.

Getting sick is the last thing you need when you're a mom-to-be. Ward off fever with these reliable remedies that are helpful for pregnant women for pregnant women.

It’s no secret that when you’re pregnant, your body’s systems work extra hard to keep you and your baby healthy. However, this also makes you more vulnerable to illnesses such as headache and fever, especially during the first trimester of your pregnancy.

When dealing with fever, you become lethargic, uncomfortable, and even worried in more ways than one. While you may feel limited as far as treatment goes, there are still helpful remedies that you can rely on. For moms-to-be, consider this your fever-fighting strategy. And whenever in doubt, always consult your doctor to make sure the fever is not a symptom of a serious medical condition and that you can immediately take the best treatment possible.


Stay hydrated

The importance of hydration couldn’t be stressed enough, especially when you’re expecting. Drinking water helps regulate your body’s temperature while also relieves feelings of uneasiness. In fact, according to the Institute of Medicine, pregnant women should drink 10 cups of fluids daily. The UK’s Natural Hydration Council reiterates that expecting mothers should increase their water intake to an added 300ml per day during pregnancy. To aid your recovery from fever-like symptoms, you can also ingest fruits that are rich in water content, including cucumber, tomatoes, and melon, just to name a few.

Take a warm shower

You may have already done this hack numerous times when you were younger, but it simply works. Stay away from cold water and remember to bathe in lukewarm-to-warm temperatures to help clear your body from fever. This will help break the fever, however, if at any moment you feel the chills coming on, step out of the shower and into warm clothes.

Rest, rest, rest

Getting rid of fever and keeping your little one safe means taking plenty of rest. You certainly don’t want to tire yourself and aggravate the situation. Caution should be exercised all the time when pregnant. When you lie down to rest, it helps keep your body cool. It also reduces the risk of fainting or even stumbling due to light-headedness.


                                                                                                         Consider taking a paracetamol

According to the UK’s National Health Service, taking paracetamol can battle mild-to-moderate pain and fever. Additionally, University of East Anglia’s Michael Twigg, M.D. stresses one fact when it comes to opting for this kind of treatment: “There’s no need to avoid paracetamol at all. If you’ve got a raging headache, it’s perfectly fine to take it.”

Moreover, Preg Med notes the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made more than enough research to prove that taking a paracetamol has no harmful effects on your developing infant. However, it's always best to ask your OB-Gyne before taking any sort of medication to always be on the safe side.

Naturally, you want a dependable ally you can lean on and you really wouldn't want it, otherwise.

Biogesic, one of the country's longest-known household brands, not only reduces fever, but also relieves minor aches and pains. This can include headache, backache, muscular aches, and even pain associated to the common cold and flu.

Plus, Biogesic is manufactured by Unilab, a trusted pharmaceutical company. With more than 60 years under its belt, the company has made it a mission to enrich the quality of life through affordable healthcare products and services.

Being an expecting mother, you don't want to worry about having fever. You do want to be able to find treatment that you can rely on, with the comforting assurance of Biogesic. Paracetamol is the generic name of Biogesic. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.


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