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5 ways to ease tired pregnancy legs

A combination of added weight and racing hormones means you're likely to experience aching legs during your 9 months before labour

Posted: 8 May 2012
by Daniella Delaney

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Half of all pregnant women suffer from aching and tired legs during pregnancy, This is because those pesky pregnancy hormones mean that the blood circulating around your body is less effective. Your weight gain and an increase in the volume of your uterus as your pregnancy progresses don’t help out. You’ll find the aching and tiredness gets worse when the weather gets warmer. If you’re suffering, try these quick and handy tips to alleviate some of your discomfort.

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