Similar Questions with Answers
Question: i feel numbness in my hand and legs..and pain in my hands..cant fold my hand. .what to do?
Answer: hi dear numbness in hands and legs can be due to issues in blood circulation first of all you should see a doctor and report on this issue that you are facing of numbness in your hands and legs and if you can't even a hold the hand I mean if it is the rest area which is giving your trouble there is something called carpal tunnel ,
One of my friend had it during pregnancy.
It went post delivery but exercise did help her a lot;
Wrist rotation, Open and close hands, stress balls.
warm mustard oil with some turmeric. It has brought her some relief and she felt better.
Hope you feel better soon.
Question: Extreme pain in legs and back what to do
Answer: Hi dear... As u r in nineth month of pregnancy baby has increased his weight and also the amniotic fluid around it will give so much pressure on ur sound and back. And it causes seveir pain.
1)Ask someone to massage with coconut oil for legs and back. For massage put 4-5 pillows and then slightly lie on pillow (semi sleeping pose). Put gentle pressure on legs it will also help in skin nourishment and hence less stretch marks.
2) Please perform yoga poses to help ur back pain I myself have done yoga till my last day or pregnancy and it was a real saviour. I would suggest few poses please check the link on healthline.com - Pregnancy stretches for back hip and legs. U must poerform Child pose- ITS THE BEST for back pain relief. Also bridges and 'cat and cow'.
3) Do pranayam - anulom wilom and bhramari it's best for baby's brain development as it provided maximum blood supply.
Don't forget back massage.
If u need any other help feel free to ask.
Question: Huge swelling in hand and legs frets or paining too much ..what to do to relax my hand and leg
Answer: Hello dear. Various factors contribute to foot and ankle swelling during pregnancy. For starters, your body retains more fluid during pregnancy. Also, your growing uterus puts pressure on your veins, which impairs return of blood to your heart.
Here are the few tips you can follow
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.