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33 Weeks Pregnant With Swollen Feet
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Is livogen xt 100 mg once a day safe in 33 weeks pregnancy.?
My Tlc is as high as 12,400 & my Sgot and sgpt levels are also high, is my baby at risk
Depends: Livigen is iron and frolic acid and would be fine in a normal pregnancy. The abnormal lab values are concerning and I would need to know why they are elevated to say for sure that anything is safe. Good luck. ...Read more
33 weeks pregnant. Feel like babies foot or leg was crushed by my ribs after sitting up too fast. Is this possible? It hurt my ribs.
Doubtful: Remember that the baby is surrounded by fluid, the amniotic fluid, in a large amniotic sac. It is doubtful that sitting up too fast would cause any harm to the baby, but it is possible you 'pulled a muscle' between your ribs called the intercostal muscle. Move more slowly and deliberately and avoid rapid movements! ...Read more
I'm 33 weeks pregnant, when I woke up, my face, hands and feet were swollen. My concern is that my right foot is noticeably larger than my left.
I am 33 weeks pregnant and am having blisters/itching on both my feet for the last 3 days. I am using moisturiser and baby-oil for now. Please advice!
I'm 33 weeks pregnant and my feet & hands are swolen but the bones in my hands get sore as well. Is there anything I can do to relieve the pain? Thanks
Pregnancy edema: Lower extremity swelling from pregnancy may cause long term complication. Good supportive athletic shoes and support hose may reduce formation of varicose veins and long term edema. Simple decreased in activity with elevation of hands may reduce swelling and there are compression gloves available. Medications should be approved by obstetrician. ...Read more
33 weeks pregnant, hand, feet, face and ankle swelling. Gained 3lbs in 2 days. Decreased movement. Awful headaches, dr says I'm fine but I feel off!??
May be preeclampsia: Rapid weight gain, sudden swelling and headache may indicate developing preeclampsia, which can be dangerous to your own or baby's health. Check your blood pressure with a home cuff or at local pharmacy. If too number is >140 or bottom >90, let your doctor know ASAP. ...Read more
Please help, im 33 weeks pregnant. Shortly after eating will feel bloated, breathless, dizzy, get sensitive with noise, very uneasy, cold hands&feet, weak?
Glucose: Please take this urgently to your ob. You sound like you may have developed gestational diabetes or even another dangerous condition known as pre-eclampsia. ...Read more
Edema: Lay with the feet way above the level of the heart. ...Read more
Root Cause Dependent:
Depends on the root cause of the problem. If it is simply from standing all day, then elevating the extremities on 2 pillows above heart level at end of day should suffice.
If this is due to other causes (heart disease, kidney failure, high blood pressure, vascular disease or injuries to both lower extremities) then this will not work.
If any of these, have your pcp evaluate. ...Read more
Find the cause 1st: There may be many treatments for swollen feet. However, the more important question is why they are swollen. I would recommend that you be seen by an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon if your primary care physician cannot find the cause of the swollen ankles. One in your area can be found at www.Aofas. Org. ...Read more
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Weight loss: If you are overweight then losing weight will help alleviate some pressure on the veins in your lower legs and that will alleviate the swelling. If the swelling is due to a heart problem and not just bad veins then you need to consider a cardiac rehab program to achieve safe and maximal exercise results. Elevating your feet as much as possible and wearing compression hose also helps. ...Read more
It is not a matter of what you wear.
You need to see a doctor to find out the cause of the rash and swelling. ...Read more
It can be: Sometimes this can be from other causes, like local issues with the veins in the legs. However, it can be a sign of chf. You should get checked out. ...Read more
Heart failure: The upper abdominal swelling, swollen feet and headache could all be related. It merits a careful medical examination. Hypertension, if it exists, can cause headaches and heart failure; the heart failure can cause a congested (swollen) liver and edema (swelling) of one's feet. Usually, one tries to explain multiple symptoms with as few causes as possible. ...Read more
Like any mass...: The baby is a mass growing in your pelvic region, and it causes pressure on some blood vessels obstructing the blood flow from your legs back to your heart, thus causing your legs accumulate fluid. Although it largely improves after the pregnancy is over, it may lead to the formation of the varicose veins and some leg swelling to remain in the future. ...Read more
This sounds terrible: And potentially serious. You need to be seen and evaluated as soon as possible. Make an appointment with a health care provider as soon as you can. ...Read more
Pump failure: The right side of your heart accepts blood returning from the extremities. If it can't keep up, blood starts to back up in the extremities and causes swelling. Think of a basement pump. If its not powerful enough to keep up with the water seeping in, the basement will flood. ...Read more