21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello Doctor, I am 20 weeks pregnant and now getting cramps in my Calf muscle, it's very painful till now 2-3 times it happened. It is normal? N getting little swelling in my foots

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Answer: hi dear! you can apply oxalgin nano gel dear it works like balm dear it will help relieve the pain dear. also try putting your legs a little elevated when you are lying on the bed you can put a pillow underneath . and rest all is good dear. take care.
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