8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Leg pain is common ?

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Answer: Yes it is common during pregnancy due to the increased weight and many other changes 🙂 nothing to worry
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Question: Is leg pain is common in pregnancy
Answer: Hi dear,leg pain is common as ur growing uterus n other organs giving a pressure...use hot or cold pack to reduce d pain,walk regularly n do some simple exercise...n have a good foot massage may help u..
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Question: Is leg pain common?
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.
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Question: Is leg pain common??!
Answer: Hello dear. The weight of your growing uterus can push on the sciatic nerve and cause pain to run down the back of your leg. It could also just be leg cramps or uterine fibroids, so please inform this to your gynecologist. You can relieve it to some extent by following the below steps. Stretch your calf muscles immediately by straightening your leg, heel first, and gently flexing your toes back toward your shins. (Don't point your toes while stretching. After you stretch, massage the muscle or warm it with a hot water bottle to relax the tissue. Take care.
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