I am pregnant as well and found this information online, hope it helps! I would ask your doctor about it just to be safe though. Many women first develop varicose veins or find that they get worse during pregnancy. As your uterus grows, it puts pressure on the large vein on the right side of your body (the inferior vena cava), which in turn increases pressure in the leg veins. Veins are the blood vessels that return blood from your extremities to your heart, so the blood in your leg veins is already working against gravity. The amount of blood in your body increases when you're pregnant, adding to the burden on your veins. And your progesterone levels rise, causing the walls of your blood vessels to relax. You're more likely to get varicose veins if other members of your family have had them. Being overweight, carrying twins or higher multiples, and standing for long periods can also make you more susceptible. The good news is that varicose veins tend to improve after you give birth. Well okay your telling me that the chance of this being pregnancy is low and that it is due to genetics or something else. Okay, I love these little know it alls that just think that they are doctors, and say that there is no possible way for it to be what it is. I took a test and wullah I am and my doctor says that this is very normal in pregnancy and a lot of smaller women like myself have it immediately in pregnancy. Before you go telling someone that more than likely it is from something else GO GET A P.H.D. These questions are intended for those with the same problem or whom have already had experience in the subject. Not those of you who think you know all and try to be a doctor. Oh yeah and I forgot to add, no one in my family has vericose veins either, I am a house wife, and I am up and down all day to the long period of siting/standing, etc...whatever you had said.
Swollen ankles are a common factor in pregnancy. It can mean that you just need to stay off of your feet. However, it can also be a sign of high blood pressure or toxemia. I would consult your doctor for sure.
morning sickness, swollen ankles, stretched vagina, A CHILD!
Swollen feet and ankles after suffering through a miscarriage are caused by hormones. These same hormones that are occurring during the pregnancy contribute to water retention.
If your ankles and body are swollen and retaining water, this could mean that your kidneys are not working properly. This also happens during pregnancy, and sometimes when a person gets too hot.
Elasticated ankles are, clothing that have an elastic finishing at the ankles.
Spiders do not have ankles, or feet. They do have legs, however.
The way in which a woman's body changes during pregnancy begins in the first trimester. Her breasts will grow and she will begin to gain weight. Throughout her pregnancy, her stomach will increase in size to accommodate the growing baby and she may get stretch marks. Near the end of her pregnancy, her ankles may swell due to water retention.
The wrists and ankles are _______ joints
Genetics..out of your control.
Ankles Aweigh was created in 1955.
Fish have no ankles, nor do they ride bicycles.
Mostly your feet and ankles but sometimes your hands and face....I've heard of women in ate pregnancy swelling slightly all over from the extra fluid.
no it does not gives you swollen ankles
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Ankles are the joint connecting the leg and foot. Oprah has two legs and two feet. This means she would have two ankles.
Ankles rhymes fully with rankles. Other words that are slant rhymes of ankles are hackles, shackles, tackles, tangles, bangles, and mangles.
It is safe but in the last trimester, avoid having the massage done on your ankles and lower legs as this can cause you to go into labor occasionally.
By jumping on their ankles, but it probably wouldn't be allowed.
Loose Ankles was created on 1930-02-02.
Pregnant women frequently suffer swollen ankles with no adverse effects on the pregnancy. It's a by-product of raised blood pressure. If they trouble you, raise your feet slightly for an hour or so whenever you are lying down and for serious problems use a tubi-grip for an hour or so each day.
It is very likely your swollen ankles are related to pregnancy. During pregnancy, the gravid uterus places pressure on the veins returning blood to the heart. Due to this pressure, the blood returning from the legs has a harder time and has to find some place to go, which often leads to swelling. However, be aware that DVTs are a big risk during pregnancy. Call your healthcare provider if you have swelling only on one side, or if the swelling becomes red or painful. Propping up your feet whenever possible and compression stockings can help alleviate your swelling.
i have an itchy rash on my ankles only. What could it be?
Joints make it possible for your knees and ankles to work.