Anyone else getting numb hands/fingers in late pregnancy?
I was just curious if I was the only one getting this. I looked it up online and I guess its normal, and is caused from swelling and is basically carpal tunnel syndrome. UGH its really bad when I sleep or relax with my arm in the wrong position. Just wanted to see if anyone else was or has experienced this.
I had this so bad as well! and at the end of my pregnancy, my one hand would just stay num all day! But you know the Min. I gave birth, It never happened again! LOL
The end is near, Good Luck and Congrats!
starting midway through my pregnancy my right hand started to go numb....by week 28 the entire damn thing was useless.....thank god that went away. in fact it went away like right after delivery. it's so nice feeling my fingers again. : o)
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