Hi..just wondering if its ok to get a pedicure while pregnant..and my feet swollen the size of bowling balls..was deft not going to bug my dr for this one..lol..normally i know its ok..but with the severe swelling..was not 100% sure..thanks
I haven't gotten a pedicure my whole pregnancy but that sounds great. I make my poor husband cut and paint my toenails. Got pics to prove it...lol....
I think its normal to have swollen feet so you should be fine. Enjoy!
well i guess check w/ your dr...i believe there is a spot that if massaged near your achilles tendon can put you into labor....but that being said.....i had a pedicure every three weeks while i was pregnant...it was the least i could do!!! if i was gonna be huge, my feet were going to be cute. and honestly, do it now....i havent had a pedicure since...my ds is 10mth old...and my piggies look like h@ll!!! :)
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