Swollen feet blood pressure

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Elevate your feet.
My feet are swollen to the point they feel numb is that normal at 39weeks?
Hi there. Well, being mindful of blood pressure is important. If you are swelling due to high blood pressure, your doctor needs to know. Lowering your salt intake and drinking tons of water is also helpful. And when you are sitting, prop feet up. That helps. Stay active though too as that also helps.
My feet feel like there about to explode, i've checked my blood pressure it's 182/84. My drs office isnt open so my mom says she wants to take me to the hospital to make sure i dont have preeclampsia again.
If your blood pressure is not sky high then the swelling is in deed normal or any other signs of pre eclampsia.
I am 20 weeks and all the sudden my feet are swollen. I woke up, now there's no circulation. Why did it do this all the sudden. It hurts soooo bad.
I'm 36 years old and 20 weeks and started to get swollen feet. Anyone else dealing with this? Any advice on how to prevent it?
Drink lots of water and keep them elevated above the rest of your legs
My mother (64 years old) has high blood pressure (regulated now) and her feet are almost always swollen. Is there anything natural for her to do or take that would help her get rid of this extra water retention in her feet? Thank you.
Mine have some. ..but im having blood pressure issues so they keep swelling. ..goodluck!
/ try soacking them in warm water and salt.it helps !
Left feet swollen, Does anybody know why? Or has that experience. At 18wks.
so im 29 weeks pregnant and my feet are swollen is that a sign of labor coming soon? my Dr told me i was at risk of having a premature baby so thats why i want to know.
I tried elevating my feet, it doesn't work :(. I spoke to my doctor & since I don't have high blood pressure, it wasn't a big concern, he said at this stage its normal. But girl I can't even put my foot in my shoes. They're really really swollen. ktowne these kids are taking over my whole body lol I can't wait for Jan 9th!
I did have high blood pressure after birth. So that causes swollen feet? Oh wow , no good then. They kept telling me I needed to relax at the hospital bc my pressure was high but that's all they would tell me.
This particularly affects the large vein (inferior vena cava) on your right-hand side which receives blood from your lower limbs. This pressure slows blood circulation in the area and causes the blood to pool. Pressure from this trapped blood forces water down and out through tiny vessels (capillaries), and into the tissues of your feet and ankles. This water is normally absorbed by your body, but because you're pregnant, you retain more water, which adds to the swelling.
If you havnt had problems with your blood pressure its not pre clamsia. I've had swelling bad. he said ask long as its not sudden your fine. i can't wear my wedding ring or tenis shoes hardly. but i believe if she has already been pregnant than she knows if something is wrong.
I'm 2 weeks away from being 40 weeks and my feet are super swollen. Does this mean I'm close to labor and how can I make them go down.
By the way, do you have high blood pressure? Limiting salt can help as can drinking lots of water. And elevation. With my first pregnancy, I had issues finding shoes that fit my feet were so swollen. If it is a new symptom, do always call your doctor but if you are about to give birth, the remedy is having that baby!!
I was checked yesterday for it cause I was having other symptoms of it but all the test came back showing nothing is wrong.
Watch your salt intake and lots of water how is your blood pressure ?
Watch your blood pressure too! Good luck!
as the day is gets closer to my due date my feet get sooo swollen out of no where especially when i wear sandals. is it normal? how can I decrease the swollen?
I'm 39 weeks this Friday, and for the past 2 weeks my feet have been swollen and elevating them doesn't help. I'm not on my feet constantly. I know swelling is a sign of pre-eclampsia and I googled it and I also have other symptoms of it as well. Im.scared to death thinking I might have pre eclampsia, or am I just over thinking it?
Water retention is an issue a lot of women face which can be a cause of swollen feet. However, it can also be a sign of a blood pressure issue. At this stage I'm assuming you are seeing your OB weekly....he or she is the only person that can determine if this is ok or not. Did it just happen? Or has this been going on for a while? If your Dr. is aware of it and there is no medical issue, try to stay off your feet and keep them elevated as much as possible.
I am 21w1d and my feet are seriously starting to get swollen. What can i do other than decrease my salt intake to help the swelling??? Please help. My feet hurt so much.
Standing for long hours can cause peripheral pooling of blood and increased pressure which could lead to swelling of the ankles and the discomfort. So move yourself around to avoid pooling of blood. Keep your legs raised when you sit down or while sleeping. Being overweight can also be one of the causes of swollen ankles without pain, it can also occur due to edema or water retention. Eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly. Take rest and elevate your legs while resting.
So Today Was My Babyshower .. Usually My Feet Swell Up At Random Times & Once Ina Blue Moon .. Really Happens Only When Im Sitting Down For A Long Period Of Time .. Today At My Babyshower They Slowly Started Swelling & As I Was Sitting Down Opening Gifts I Could Feet My Feel Swelling .. i Had To Even Take My Sandles Off ! & Struggled To slide Them Back In !! Its Now 10:53 at Night & This Started Happening Around 4ish & My Feet Are Still Swollen ..
Hi ladies my feet are swollen I went to Walgreen and got my blood pressure check it was 134 over 83 they said it was normal. I've been drinking lots of water and watching my salt and sodium intake. What do you ladies think and what should I do about my feet any suggestions would be great..
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