Answer: Hi there,
1 Elevate your feet when resting, if possible.
2 Use a heating pad or gentle massage on the back of your thigh .
3 soak your legs in hot water.
4 Avoid standing for long hours .
5 Try taking a hot shower or bath
6 start low impact exercises like walk.
7 if these remedies do not work ask your doctor too add calcium or magnesium supplements to you diet.
Answer: Cramps are very common in pregnancy . Try having healthy fruits and vegetables during pregnancy and secondly when u get a cramp make yourself strong and just get up from the bed and try to stand on the floor difficult but works in many cases.
Answer: Thank you it worked..Doc gave calcium and it's lot better now
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Question: I am 32 weeks pregnant i have leg cramps at night and cant even sleep properly
Answer: Leg cramps during pregnancy might be caused by fatigue, the uterus pressing on certain nerves, or decreased circulation in the legs from the pressure of the baby on blood vessels. They might also be caused by calcium or magnesium deficiency, or dehydration.
Do calf stretches before bed to prevent the cramping. ...
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