Pins and Needles
During pregnancy, many women experience pain or numbness in the hands or a tingling in their hands or feet.
Although it may feel like your circulation is cut off, this is usually not the case and it generally doesn't indicate anything serious. Usually a change of position help. If the sensations interfere with your day to day activities, make sure you talk to your doctor about it.
If the numbness and pain is limited to your thumb, index finger and ring finger, you may have carpel tunnel syndrome. The symptoms may also radiate through the hand, wrist, and up your arm. Although this condition is usually associated with repetitive tasks over time, it is also common in pregnancy.
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