28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have swelling in my right leg. N its paining too much in initial walking n standing . Why this is happening. Plz ..tell me any home remedies.

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Answer: hi getting swelling in the neck and also be due to water retention it is advisable to keep your legs elevated which way I help you should also so cure legs and warm water which will have to give you relieve you should also do not want the compression 2 to 3 times in a day
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