34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant...from.last few days m having some tingling and painful sensations in my hands and feet...is there anything i can do about it ????

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Answer: tingling effect and numbness can be because of carpep tunnel syndrome. . dont do any hard work like typing continuously or standing for long time for more information u can search it on google
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