Pregnancy Care Guide
Preconception check up
How to get pregnant
Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy
Foetal Develpoment
First Trimester
Second Trimester
Third Trimester
Changes in the woman
Check Ups and Tests
Blood Tests
Urine Tests
Tests on the Uterus
Diet and foods for the pregnant
Essential Nutrients
Recommended Daily Diet for the Expectant Woman
Tips for Healthy Eating
Wholesome Eating During the Trimesters
Exercises during pregnancy
Antenatal care
Complications during Pregnancy
Causes of repeated abortions and miscarriage
High Risk pregnancy
Twins and multiple pregnancies
Gestational diabetes
Pregnancy induced hypertension
Bleeding during pregnancy
Preterm or premature labour
Ectopic pregnancy
Rhesus Factor

Exercise to Reduce Swelling of Feet and Cramps

Lie flat on the floor and bend the legs from the knees so that your feet remain firmly on the floor. Now constricting your back and abdomen muscles gradually try to make your back fully touch the floor. Count 5 to 10 and then relax your body.

Now raising your head and shoulders a bit, constrict again your stomach muscles and try to touch your left toe with your right hand. Then reverse the exercise and try to touch your right toe with the left hand. Repeat it for about 5 to 10 times.

Now sit on the floor with both the legs stretched and turn your feet from ankles as much upwards as possible. Repeat it for 8 to 10 times. Now rotate your feet in a circular motion. Do it for 8 to 10 times. This exercise reduces swelling on the feet and the cramps in the muscles.

Pregnancy Excercise

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