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Question: Good evening mam my legs are getting swelling day by day more mam.I am 23 weeks pregnant.pls give tips

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Answer: Have barley rice water....don't sit for long time...walk frequently for 5 mins once..... massage your legs with oil.....walk ur legs with hot water....drink more water...go for urine frequently
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