Question: having pain in hands in 6th month of pregnancy
Ye pain normal v ho sakta h. Aap raat me hand press krke so gyi hongi ya phir iska karan CTS v sakta h. Ek baar doctor se jrur consult kre.
CTS is common in pregnancy. It happens when there is a build-up of fluid (oedema) in the tissues in your wrist. This swelling squeezes a nerve, called the median nerve, that runs down to your hand and fingers, causing tingling and numbness. You may also find your grip is weaker and it's harder to move your fingers.
CTS usually happens in your second trimesteror third trimester. If you have CTS in one pregnancy, you are likely to have it in later pregnancies. CTS can also continue, or develop, in the days after the birth of your baby.
If you gain too much weight in pregnancy you're more likely to develop CTS. This may happen if:
you are expecting more than one baby
you were overweight before you become pregnant
your breasts get a lot bigger during pregnancy
This all puts extra strain on your shoulders, ribs and arms.
Try to eat a balanced diet. so you gain a healthy amount of weight. Aim to cut down on salt, sugar and fat. Drink plenty of water and eat at least five portions of fruits and vegetables every day.
Eating foods high in vitamin B6 can help to promote a healthy nervous system. Good sources are
sunflower and sesame seeds
dark green vegetables, such as broccoli
lean meat, such as pork and lamb
oily and white fish, such as salmon and cod
Check with your midwife or doctor before taking a vitamin B supplement, so you know how much to take.
Get fitted for a properly supportive maternity bra. This will take the weight off your ribcage and breastbone, which also relieves pressure on the path taken by the median nerve.
Clasp one wrist with your other hand and massage it with a circular movement.
Ask your partner to gently massage your hands and wrists, moving up towards your armpits, and then your shoulders, neck and upper back.
Drinking camomile tea may help to reduce inflammation. However, don't drink more than one cup in the evening. Although camomile is known to help you sleep, drinking too much can have the opposite effect and keep you awake.
Question: Hello m feeling pain in my hands and foot. What can be the reason?
Answer: Hello dear
It is due to CTS. If you have tingling, numb and painful hands during pregnancy, it's likely to be caused by carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). CTS is common in pregnancy.
U can get relief from numbness:
1. Ice your wrist or soak it in an ice bath for 10 minutes to 15 minutes once or twice an hour.
2. Relieve nighttime pain by gently shaking your hand and wrist or hanging your hand over the side of the bed.
3. Immerse your hand in warm water with a temperature between 92 and 100 degrees and gently move or flex your hand and wrist. Do this three to four times a day.
Question: reason of pain in breast¿???
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood.
Breast pain during pregnancy is quite common, due to harmonal changes.
You can use hot or cold compresses on your breasts. Wear a firm support bra. Cover breasts with warm, wet towel for 10-15 minutes. The warmth increases blood circulation, reducing swelling and tenderness.