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Swelling in hands and feet
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Posted 14 February 2013 - 07:32 PM
Hi I am currently 4 weeks PP. I had quite a bit of swelling in my hands, legs and feet while pregnant as well as carpal tunnel in both hands. Once my daughter was born, this all went away within a couple of weeks. During the last week, it has all returned as well as some dark red bleeding which can be heavy at timesJust wondering if anyone else has experienced this and what causes the swelling to go away and then come back...Thank you in advance for any replies.
Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:26 AM
same as you had pretty bad swelling both before and after. came back a couple of times on really hot days but nowhere near as much as right after birth, that swelling was horrendous.
If you are swelling lots Id say go see your doc.
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