hello mommies :) my due date is very near . Im in my 34 weeks now but I have this problem about my Feet and ankles. when I was in my 30 weeks I have this swollen feet and ankles and on my nose . I dont know how to prevent this. btw last 28weeks in my pregnancy I have a hypokalemia w/c you have a very low potasium and this cause that you cant walk and when I go to my ob she also found out that I have a mild pre eclampsia and she recommend me to drink aldoment a medicine to lower my BP and after that it goes normal until now . Pls help me how can i prevent this swelling . thanksssssssssss
Hi moms!!! Try elevating your feet and avoid avoid salty foods.. monitor yor urine output too...remember avoid salty foods.. because sodium attracts and pull water down leaving you swollen...since youre on medication I know dics told u bout it...hun just avoid salt .elevate your legs...take care!!!
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