Dalary. Age: 23.
It begins with week 28 of your pregnancy. As your baby grows, your body will feel even more awkward and heavy. Everyday things—like getting out of bed or standing up from a chair—will require extra effort. Slowed blood circulation and fluid retention are to blame for swelling in your legs, ankles, feet, hands, and face.
Jamie. Age: 29.
Coping With Numbness and Tingling in Pregnancy
Have you been struck by lightning crotch? Have you ever experienced a sudden sharp pain deep inside your crotch? Something that feels like a strong jab, perhaps, or an electric shock, maybe with some burning, pins and needles, or stinging thrown in? The very uncomfortable, take-your-breath-away deep pelvic pain is surprisingly common during late pregnancy, and it typically hits without any warning at all.
Marissa. Age: 25.
If Your Vagina Is Tingling, This Might Be Why
Take numbness and tingling, for example. Luckily, most instances of numbness and tingling in pregnancy are nothing to be alarmed about. While they can cause discomfort, they are very common, and most women will experience these symptoms at one time or another during pregnancy. You can blame hormones as well as the bodily changes you are experiencing for those sensations of numbness and tingling.
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