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It’s very common to get swollen feet and swollen legs in pregnancy due to the increased volume of blood and fluids in your body. Our Compression Socks are designed to improve blood flow & circulation and minimize swelling and fatigue.
We offer two types of compression socks.
Our Maternity Knee-high Compression Socks help with swollen and achy legs during pregnancy. They have 15-20 mm Hg of compression to improve blood flow & circulation, minimizing swelling and fatigue.
Our Compression Ankle Socks are designed to help reduce swollen ankles during pregnancy. They provide medical-grade compression of 20-30 mm Hg to improve blood flow & circulation, minimizing swelling and fatigue.
Both of these styles have silver-infused fibers woven into the material to help eliminate bacteria and odor.
Swollen feet in pregnancy are an issue that many women face, and compression socks can provide much-needed comfort. They can also be worn postpartum to address the issue of swollen feet after pregnancy.
Yes, but swollen feet can sometimes be a sign of a more serious problem. So, if you’re unsure whether your swelling is normal, we recommend discussing it with your doctor.
It really depends on when your swelling starts and the severity of the swelling
There are numerous reasons that your feet can hurt during pregnancy. These range from swollen feet in pregnancy to ailments such as plantar fasciitis. If you’re concerned about foot pain, we recommend discussing it with your healthcare provider.
There are numerous reasons why pregnancy causes foot pain. For example, hormones such as relaxin can cause the ligaments in your feet to relax, resulting in flat feet. Also, additional weight gain puts stress on your feet and legs that can cause swelling and discomfort.
How do you relieve sore feet during pregnancy?
After you deliver, your body begins to eliminate fluids gradually. But, in the meantime, it can continue to leak and cause additional swelling in your feet and ankles. Most women find that swelling (edema) gradually resolves over the first postpartum week.
It varies from woman to woman, but most find that postpartum edema begins to ease up in about one week.
Swelling in the feet post-C-section is very common and usually resolves in one to two weeks.
Remember, postpartum swelling, and fluid retention is normal! But there are a few things you can do to help treat it:
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