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Question: I am leg pain what should I do I am not able to sleep in the night it's very painful.
Answer: Hello dear, Mussels stretching is the main reason for leg cramps and another body pain.....
Stay off your feet. Avoid standing for long periods. When you can, sit with your feet up and occasionally rotate your feet at the ankles and gently flex your feet to stretch your calf muscles.
Sleep on your left side. This takes pressure off the large vein that returns blood from the lower half of your body to your heart. Be physically active every day. Take walks, ride a stationary bike, Stand or walk in the pool. Foot massage and reflexology, might help decrease foot , thigh and ankle pain during pregnancy. Also, try to take (2.4 liters) of water a day during pregnancy.
Although mild foot thigh and ankle pain during pregnancy is normal, sudden pain that is painful — especially if it's in one leg only — could be an indication of a blood clot. In that situation better to consult your doctor.
Hope it helped, Take care urself. ..
Question: I am suffering from extreme leg pain , not able to sleep at night also I have swelling in legs & hands.please suggest me how to prevent this?
Dear swelling (or what doctors refer to as edema) happens when your body retains fluid in the lower legs, ankles and feet. It most often occurs on both sides of the body, and it’s not an emergency situation. So don't worry.
You can make small changes to your everyday life to help reduce swelling:
Take a short walk every hour.
Drink eight to 10 glasses of water daily. Drinking less actually promotes swelling.
Limit your salt intake.
Avoid standing or sitting for long time.
Raise your legs while sitting with the help of pillow or cushion..
Question: Hi, am not able to sleep ? Through out the night ?
Answer: With so many physical and emotional changes happening, it's no surprise that 8 out of 10 woman have sleep problems during pregnancy.
Try new sleeping positions.Prepare yourself for bedtime by taking a warm bath or receiving a nice massage.Set up your room for a comfortable sleep setting. Try changing your thermostat to a comfortable temperature and playing some relaxing or natural sounds that can help make you sleepy.Try relaxation techniques, such as the ones you may have learned in a childbirth class.If you still cannot fall asleep, you may consider getting up. You can try reading a book, eating a small snack, or drinking some warm milk.Exercise regularly during the day.If you have the opportunity to sleep during the day, you should take it. However, long naps may interfere with your sleeping schedule at night.