Category Archives: Pregnancy and foot pain
Women are usually more likely to have foot problems than men. This can happen because of physical differences in the structure of the foot, muscles and ligaments, shape and length of the arch, width of the forefoot, size of toes … Continue reading
Women are usually more likely to experience foot problems than men. This is often due to improper shoes, structural differences of the foot, and hormones that allow muscles in the feet to relax and expand. This means women are more … Continue reading
Most people experience swollen feet and ankles in their lives. Most of the time, this condition is not serious and will resolve it quickly, but sometimes it can be a sign of a health problem that requires medical attention. To … Continue reading
The most common foot complaints during pregnancy are ingrown toenails, callouses, cracked heels and general foot pain. What can you do for foot pain caused by pregnancy? Keep reading!
Swelling of the feet and ankles usually happens because of a fluid buildup within the tissues and muscles. Foot swelling usually goes away after you rest and elevate your feet. But when swelling in the feet gets worse, it can … Continue reading
Women often experience a wide variety of aches and pains when they are pregnant. A common complaint is tired, swollen, achy feet. What can moms-to-be do about this condition? Keep reading!
Swelling in the feet and/or ankles can have a variety of causes. Sometimes the cause of swelling may be an infection, injury or something that needs immediate attention by a foot and ankle doctor . To find out why your … Continue reading
Some women may feel under pressure to wear high heels while they are pregnant, but these ladies are risking injuries and strains to their feet, ankles and ligaments. Pregnant women often wear flip flops, ballet pumps and Ugg boots, which … Continue reading
Kim Kardashian’s feet were recently so swollen that she barely managed to squeeze them into her high-heels. Her puffy ankles appeared to be severely pinched into her perspex stilettos. The pregnant star’s feet bulged over the clear strap across the … Continue reading
Swollen ankles and feet are called “edema,” which is when excess fluid collects in your tissue. It’s normal to have a certain amount of swelling during pregnancy because you’re retaining more water. Changes in your blood chemistry also cause some … Continue reading