35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have swelling on my feet, a little on my hands and just today a little swelling on my face. Hope this is not something to worry about?

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Answer: Hi..swelling is not a troublesome symptom..its common only..keep a pillow below ur feet while sitting,sleeping..keep them elevated often..drink more fresh juices and water..do gentle massages with oil of ur choice and have hot water bath.. sleep well follow a healthy diet take care.
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