I'm going on 36 Weeks and I have nothing wrong with this pregnancy but for two days now my legs and feet have swelled up so much and is hurting bad.. I can't even wear shoes cuz they make me even more uncomfortable, any one else had this problem
at 29weeks my doc said I have a mild preeclampsia , my bp got higher at 130/90 .and I felt bad about that but my OB said that I just need to have a bedrest , and she gave me a medicine to lower my BP its a good news that after a week my bp went to normal again . Im 36weeks now but I still have a swelling in my feet and hands but not that bad , because they say that it is normal to have swelling if your near in your due date . and when the swellings Gone it means your in a labor very soon , Just always walk every morning it is very a good exercise . Goodluck :)))))))))))
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