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Mainly in the second and third trimesters, foot and numbness occurs. What makes a pregnant mother numb? What can we do about it?

Numbness during pregnancy

The numbness of the limbs is quite unpleasant, but pregnancy is very common in the second and third trimesters.A numbness may occur in the morning, after waking up, causing a similar sensation as if we had stuck our hands, our feet.

The reason may be:

- whether the enlarged womb or baby is exerting pressure on a nerve
- hormonal changes
- watering (which is also common in pregnancy and is quite normal up to a certain level)
ъn. tunnel syndrome: swelling in the wrist, causing numbness in the fingers and hands
- Magnesium deficiency Generally numbness they are abolished after birth, there are bars that they hold on to until the end of breastfeeding.

What can we do?

If you suspect magnesium deficiency, we should definitely talk to your doctor. Movement, gymnastics: arm-to-leg contact, wrist, finger movement, walking. Gentle massage can also help gently massage the limbs.Related articles from Anesthesia During Pregnancy:
  • How Much Magnesium Do You Need During Pregnancy?
  • The third trimester
  • Tuned to hormones



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