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Question: M 21 week pregnant wen does our feet swell

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Answer: Hi dear.. there is no compulsion that feet should swell.. it may or may not.. actually they may swell from 7th month anytime as the growing uterus press the bladder which causes swelling.. to decrease the swelling u can keep them elevated using pillows.. hope u got my answer helpful
Answer: Hi , not necessary everyone will face this swelling of feet it happens only in few womens. It can happen any time mostly after 5th or 6th mo nth☺
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