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34 weeks tomorrow

So I am almost 34 weeks pregnant & only took one month off of work, I work up to 25 hours a week depending on the week & its all on my feet I'm a waitress. Here is my question yesterday was my day off & my fiance & I went to walmart I walked for about 45 min after we got home my feet my breast & hands were extremely swollen to the point where my feet looked purple & I've had lower bsck pain pelvic pain & a lot of pressure down there, no contractions though & the swelling is a better but the pain is still there is this something I should worry about & contact my dr since I just had my appointment on friday & I was feeling fine
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No not really I have it too. :) my doctor says its fine.
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Every woman is different, I would call your dr and get checked or at least have him know the symptoms to see what he thinks is best.
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Sounds like you probably just need to stay hydrated and make sure and take some time to put your feet up. The pain is probably from baby sitting lower. I'm 36+5 and baby has dropped and OMG my pelvis is killing me! I'm a nurse and work night shift so I totally hear ya on the being on your feet too much! Gotta keep chugging along, my dd is Nov 6 and my last day of work is scheduled for Nov 3, unless he/she decides to come early...I think I may be crazy ;) At least my unit is only one floor up from l&d, oh the silly things we mommies do! Good luck to you!!! We're all getting so close now!
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