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Achiness in Legs
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Achiness in Legs

I don't mean to be a complainer, but I need to ask if anyone else has experienced this...I've recently noticed my thighs are a little achy and seem a little weaker than normal.  Could this be a symptom of pregnancy?  I'm going to ask my doctor about it, but I thought I would ask you ladies if you've experienced this during your pregnancy so far.

Thanks!
Kelly
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Yesterday my legs felt weak all over, they felt so tired they were aching. Last night I had some cramps in my legs. I mentioned it just a few minutes ago at work around two guys who's wives just had babies and they both nodded thier heads yes b/c they remember going through the same thing. I would say it's okay but of course if you're uncomfortable or if it gets worse let the doctor know.
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Yes, I had the same ache type annnoying feeling a few days ago, but just on my right leg, it is not painful, it is not cramping, you just know that something does not feel nomal.  I took a warm relaxing bath with candle's then went to bed with my right leg elevated on pillows, I woke up and what ever it was was gone.  hope this helps
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Thank you so much, your responses helped me know what I'm experiencing is "normal."  Thanks for taking the time to reply!
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