Swollen ankles epsom salt

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Soaking them in Epsom salt in Luke warm water helps.
Hello girls, r u experiencing swollen feet and ankles everu day?? I am and I am a bit worried if it is ok. Im 24w and 4d, still working but Im really not sure if this is ok, even in the morning my feet are a bit swollen. I have next check up on tuesday next week and I dont want to panic, what could help me? Only thing I try is to put my legs into the cold water but that doest seem to work really..
As time progressed both my feet, ankles, and legs midway of my thighs were very swollen. I could not flex my ankles. Pushing or pulling, like a lawnmower would bring sharp pain up my left leg. I have iced the areas, taken Epsom salt baths, and ibuprofen and aspirin for the inflammation and pain. I have also tried to stay off my feet and elevated them.
I always just lay down and rest with my feet elevated above my heart and also soak them in warm water with Epsom salt. Also drink lots of water and see if you can get someone to give you a foot rub every once in a while. Best feeling ever! Lol.
Well now where that red is its puffy as well but stops at my ankles. My ankles and feet aren't swollen but do feel warm. What is going on now?
Epsom salt in warm water put your feet in and relax, helped with my swelling with my 1st pregnancy...
And swollen feet and ankles, during and even after work. What do you mommies do to help the swelling? Especially with your hands?
i had my son Tuesday and my ankles and feet are still swollen :/ I don't think this is normal and unfortunately it's Friday night so I have to wait till Monday to call my doctor
I finished my last chemo treatment one week ago. My ankles and feet are swollen and my toe nails are bothering me, they are sore. Is this anything to be concerned about in your opinion or just a new side effect of the treatments?
Try soaking your feet in Epsom salt and warm water. That really helped me. And yes stay away from salt and drink lots of water, and also elevate your feet as much as you can.
I've been experiencing swollen ankles & feet probably for the last month, but it used to be only when I was on them too much throughout the day. Just the last few days I've noticed they haven't gone back down like they normally do :/ But I'm with you on just wanting my body back already!
Epsom salt soak. Or keep your feet up past your hips.
it actually brings down swelling... footbath with epsom salt helps too if you wanna try that... keep ur feet elevated and if you areable to.. massage them. Icant think of an alternate way of getting things ready for tge baby besides walking.. lol.. I guess do a little here and there and then rest and resume and rest.. I have been doinh this as well. Actually I have been trying to clean my room for the last two hours..
I find that a nice hot foot soak with some Epsom salt does the trick for 30 min. It helps the swelling go down and relaxes me at the same time.
Try soaking your feet in Epsom salt bath. Worked.for.me.
However, since then BOTH of my feet and ankles have been swollen most all of the time (sometimes severely). The weird part is that I've noticed that whenever I'm on antibiotics for any unrelated illness, my feet and ankles do not swell. I've mentioned this to several doctors who all say that it can't have anything to do with it. But, I just think it is very odd that it never fails. Has anyone else ever noticed this?
Anyone else got really bad swollen hands, fingers, wrists, feet, toes, ankles and sometimes the knee joint too? I'm so over it, I'm 37 wks and had it since wk 32. Putting feet up doesn't help much cos the weight of baby pushes on nerves in my hip. They are constantly hot, tingly, itchy and look horrendous. Had to go and buy the biggest men's shoes I could find and they only just fit with laces opened right up! I know.. only 3 weeks to go, but anyone else suffering?
My legs are so freaking swollen it's crazy. And on top of that they hurt. My feet and ankles are swollen too but they don't hurt. And I've noticed lately that my feet are really funky. I never had a problem with funky feet before. Just got some shoes three days ago and today I've noticed that they stink. I know that my feet sweats a lot more too.
I had my c-section on April 29th and I still have really bad swollen/ankles my dr said it should go away in a week or two. Keep your feet elevated as much as you can. My dr also gave me some water pills that she said should help. Hope you get to feeling better!
Im 31wks 1day and ive been having problems with swollen feet and ankles for the past week. Im drinking more water but its not helping yet. Is there anything anyone has tried that works to relieve this? Also for the past week my left thigh will feel numbness and burning/tingling if i stand in one spot very long. Unfortunately i stand all day for my job. Has anyone else experienced tis and is there anything i can do to help relieve it.
I'm calling my doctor today because I finished up the medicine she gave me and I'm still very swollen, the sensitivity went away but obviously having a swollen clitoris and inner labia isn't comfortable! I will ask her about that. However, for it's not the hood that really swollen, it's my inner labia. But my clitorus does feel very hard underneath the hood like you mentioned. As if it was eroused and stayed that way. My doesn't feel sore to touch but it doesn't feel normal either.
You could also try sitting in the tub with Epsom salt. But swollen feet/ankles are common.
My feet are beyond swollen.. what are some things I can do to reduce it?? I heard epsom salt helps is it true??
today i have cankles.. my ankles are so swollen that it hurts.. :( think i may soak them in a bucket of cold water..
My legs and ankles are swollen so bad that I can't stand on them just walking around makes it hurt more. Plus my knees have been bothering me. Is there anything I can do to make the swelling go down? I've took Tynol but I does nothing for me, I'm also elevating and I put a ice pack on my feet. What to do??
I have them sometimes. My doctor told me it's caused from stretching.