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Many mamas find themselves with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), in fact this condition affects 25% of pregnant women. So how do you know if you’ve got it?
It’s often described as a ‘creepy-crawly’ feeling, accompanied by the urge to move or kick your legs to relieve a tingling or burning sensation. RLS can occur at any stage of your pregnancy, although is most common during the 2nd and 3rd trimester.
There are certain things increase the likelihood of suffering from Restless Leg Syndrome. This includes being overweight, having high blood pressure, anaemia or taking some medications such as anti-depressants. However a lot of women find themselves with RLS for what seems like no reason at all. There’s no conclusive studies which can explain this, but it thought to be linked to hormonal changes during pregnancy.
Unfortunately most drugs that treat RLS have not been studied extensively in pregnant women, so there isn’t enough data to determine whether or not they could adversely harm your unborn baby. Meaning they’re a no-go. Here’s a few other options that have been known to help with RLS in pregnant women:
If you’ve only suffered from Restless Leg Syndrome since becoming pregnant, for most mamas within a few days of giving birth the symptoms have disappeared.
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