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Why Do My Feet Hurt While Pregnant
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
Fluid retention: If both ankles swell, the problem is not your ankles but your body retaining fluid. The 4 most common causes of fluid retention come from heart, lungs, liver or kidney. The only relationship that may be associated with less sleep is less time witih your feet elevated, so gravity brings the fluid down to your ankles. Try to keep them elevated during the day. ...Read more
Swelling: It would help with more information but assuming this is pain in feet while standing for long periods of the day and when you sit they still hurt suggests the possibilty of some venous insufficiency that uually is good in the morning and at the end of the day the pain is there. If you check your legs for swelling and elevate the legs , pain should be better. Please be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Could: Be hip pain referred towards your knees. Do you have arthritis in the hips or any peripheral vascular disease that could be exacerbated by crossing your legs. There are a lot of questions i would like to ask before actually examining you which makes me encourage you to see your doctor if the pain is significant. ...Read more
Pain transmission: The most common issue of pms is fatigue which can lower the stress threhold making discomfort more prominant. The pain distribution would be helpful. Most of the deep nerves run along the back of the legs but some come thru the front. U could have an enlarged urterus affecting the nerves but that is difficult to say without exam. Try 2 aleve (naproxen) 2xper dat 5 days period to the period if ok 4 u. ...Read more
My feet hurt a lot after pregnancy and delivery which was 8 months ago.I consume upto 1000mg calcium with vit d everyday plus 2 mugs of milk.
Feet change : Feet seem to change after pregnancy and delivery( has to do with the relaxin in the system during delivery) also the wt gain of preganacy is an issue as is the extra work of being a new mother get your vit d level checked you want it at >50 and go get some comfortable shoes at a good shoe store that can help you get fitted well good luck. ...Read more
Iam i pregnant i missed last month periode n i tke birth controll today i was supposed to get my periode n didn't come but I have been still taking birth controll n i get cramps n my feet hurt n i feel uneven of balance
I : I am not sure that i understand the situation that you have described. I believe you are indicating that you have just missed your second menstrual cycle in a row. I am unable to determine if you took all your birth control pills as prescribed. You now have cramps in your feet and feel off balance. I hope i understood correctly. Those don't sound like typical pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy symptoms early on can include: lack of a period, feeling tired, nausea, food cravings, urinating more often, swollen or tender breasts. As i read this again, it may be that you are having some mild abdominal cramping (which can occur in early pregnancy) and your feet hurt. Recommend taking a pregnancy test if you have not been getting your period. You may need to speak with your doctor about feel off balance. Good luck. ...Read more
The bones/joints in my hands and feet hurt terribly and the skin on both my hands and feet itch. I am almost 28 weeks pregnant. Is this normal?
Major lower back pain, feet hurt, acne all over, peeing a lot, headaches, cravings, but her period ends soon. Period was major heavy. Pregnant?
Doubtful pregnancy.: An interesting array of symptoms to be sure! Possibilities include: early spontaneous abortion (miscarriage), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), type 2 diabetes, or other endocrine disorder. I would strongly suggest a visit to your primary care physician or ob/gyn. See them sooner rather than later. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It would be helpful: If you state specifically where they hurt. The swelling part is a bit of a concern as swelling in the morning is not as common as swelling say in the evening. If you were laying down for most of the night then usually swelling is limited in the morning. So does it feel swollen or is it actually swollen? Common morning type foot pain conditions include plantar fascitiis.. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Plantar fasciitis: Plantar fasciitis, or an arch ligament strain is a very common reason for arch and heel pain in the bottom of the heel. There can sometimes be a bursitis under the heel as well. Other causes of heel pain can be tarsal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, a stress fracture, referred nerve pain among others. Talk to a podiatrist to help sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One would have to : Examine your feet to answer the question. You can try looking at your feet while standing and looking in a mirror to see if you are flatfooted as the jumping may be putting additional stress on the foot and /or perhaps wearing an orthotic would take some stress off the foot during these activities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do my feet hurt alot when I'm standing for a while or moving around?
They never use to hurt before
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Why do my feet hurt so much if i stand on them for more than two hours? Happens with any shoes and i don't have flat feet. Occasional shin splint also
Neuropathy: A common complication of diabetes mellitus is peripheral neuropathy - pins/needles sensation in the feet & legs. This is due to nerve damage from diabetes. There are meds to help manage this. You should also get your feet examined at every doctor's visit because you can get infected cuts on your feet without feeling it. The most important thing is to keep your diabetes in excellent control. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Feet pain: There are so many reasons. Bad shoes, over weight, bad foot alignment, plantar fasciitis, heel spur syndrome, callouses, wounds, infection, foreign body, neoplasm .... Try the easy things on your own and if need help that is when your local podiatrist can help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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