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. If swelling in your hands and face becomes extreme, call your doctor.
OT- ticklish feet?!?!
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What Causes Ticklish Feet and Why Some People Are More Sensitive Than Others
So I gotta ask as dumb as it may sound Anyone ever notice this in the LP luteal phase leading up to a bfp? Comments from original poster 8 Comments from original poster 8 Load more 1 Comment Comments 19 BabyCenter may earn a commission from shopping links. I am severely ticklish all the time. Next time have them do the scrubby thing under the water.
While not the most talked-about pregnancy woe swollen feet and back pain, anyone? Some women experience itching all over, while others feel it specifically on certain body parts such as their hands, feet, belly, or chest. Most itching is just downright annoying, but severe itching can lead to loss of sleep or even be a sign of a very serious medical problem.