If your feet and ankles are swollen

If your feet and ankles are swollen

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If your feet and ankles are swollen
Posted in 2014

Don't hesitate to drink water and other fluids because you're afraid of retaining water. Oddly enough, fluid retention can result from not drinking enough, because your body will hang on to more fluid if it senses it's becoming dehydrated.
So if your feet and ankles are swollen, drinking more water can actually help. (If swelling is excessive or comes on suddenly, contact your caregiver, as this can be a sign of preeclampsia.)
Fluids also help prevent common pregnancy problems such as constipation, hemorrhoids, and bladder infections. (Drinking water dilutes your urine, which reduces your risk of infection.)
It's especially important to stay hydrated in the last trimester, when dehydration can cause contractions that can trigger preterm labor.
Ten cups might seem like a lot, especially if you're battling nausea during pregnancy. Try sipping water throughout the day rather than drinking a lot at once. If you don't like the taste of water, try adding a lemon or lime wedge or a little juice for additional flavor.
My advise
1... During your pregnancy many changes occurs in your body.   2... Drink water to protect yourself and unborn child.   3..  Eat fruits which contain water
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