26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am 25 week pregnent my fingers are very painful and what can i do..

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Answer: Hi congrats, As you body is going through lots of hormone changes and blood flow vessels increase constantly u will.have cramping tightening sharp pain numbness in legs hands stomach feet fingers which is normal during pregnancy...you can do some finger movements with hands...keep.hot pad ..ask someone to massage your hands and fingers...don't put pressure on hands relax and.stay clam everything will be allrite....even I had these problems it's all matter of time... consult your doc if necessary....take care 👍😀
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