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Question: Hii,mere pairo me sujan ho rahi hai ky kru?plz suggest
Answer: Hi Dear, Foot, leg and ankle swelling during pregnancy is common and usually goes away after delivery. In the meantime, it might help to.. Stay off your feet. Avoid standing for long periods. When you can, sit with your feet up and occasionally rotate your feet at the ankles and gently flex your feet to stretch your calf muscles. Better yet, lie down with your legs elevated.... Sleep on your left side.It also might help if you elevate your legs slightly with pillows. Be physically active every day. Take walks, ride a stationary bike. Stand or walk in the pool. Wear loose clothing. Tight clothing can restrict blood flow.... foot massage and reflexology, might help decrease foot and ankle swelling. Also, swelling doesn't mean cutting back on how much you drink.you should take 10 glass (2.4 liters) of fluids a day. Although mild swelling is normal, sudden swelling that is painful — especially if it's in one leg only — could be an indication of a blood clot.
Question: pairo me sujan aaja rha hai kya karu
Answer: Swelling may be reduced by eating foods that are high in potassium, such as bananas, and by avoiding caffeine. Here are some other helpful hints to manage swelling during your pregnancy: Avoid standing for long periods.Minimize outdoor time when it is hot.Rest with your feet elevated.Wear comfortable shoes, avoiding high heels if possible.Wear supportive tights or stockings.Avoid clothes that are tight around your wrists or ankles.Rest or swim in a pool.Use cold compresses on swollen areas.Drink water, which helps flush the body and reduce water retention.Minimize sodium (salt) intake and avoid adding additional salt to meals.
Question: mere pairo me sujan hai jo ki kam nai ho rahi aur uper uper jadi ja rahi main kya karu
Answer: The swelling that occurs normally during pregnancy can be reduced by doing the following: Lying on the left side, which moves the uterus off the large vein that returns blood to the heart (inferior vena cava) Resting frequently with the legs elevated Wearing elastic support stockings Wearing loose clothing that does not restrict blood flow, particularly in the legs (for example, not wearing socks or stockings that have tight bands around the ankles or calves)