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The Most Comfortable Support Stockings During Pregnancy

Support stockings during pregnancy Compression stockings are ideal for pregnant women. For example, support stockings ensure less fluid build-up through better blood circulation. In addition, support stockings also ensure less tired and painful legs and less risk of varicose veins. Support stockings also provide some support for the veins in the legs, which have to work harder because of the extra weight. Support stockings for during pregnancy are not called pregnancy stockings for nothing, because they are ideal for pregnant women. Undoubtedly, pregnancy leads to some fantastic changes in the female body. Contrary to the joy of becoming a mother, there are also a number of changes associated with pregnancy that can be rather unpleasant to say the least. Expectant mothers face weight gain, nausea, back pain, leg pain, and swelling of the legs and feet, just to name a few. All of these "side effects" can become more and more bothersome as the delivery date approaches.   pregnant woman wearing compression stockings with partner on bed Extra weight Aside from the noticeable symptoms such as leg pain and swelling, there is an often overlooked, neglected or underestimated symptom of abnormally enlarged or swollen veins in the legs due to pregnancy. The veins in an expectant mother's legs have to work harder than ever, mainly due to the enormously increased blood volume and the extra weight of the growing baby, which has an influence on the optimal blood circulation.   Extra tension The extra stress and strain on the veins of the leg during pregnancy can lead to serious damage that manifests as a milder form of spider veins and, in more serious cases, as severe varicose veins. Spider veins and varicose veins are also likely to worsen if left untreated.   Recurring varicose veins If varicose veins and arachnid capillaries recede after pregnancy, don't be fooled by this. Once they appear, the chances are quite high that damage has already been done to the affected veins. It is only a matter of time until the varicose veins show up again and when they return, which is guaranteed to happen during a subsequent pregnancy, these veins will be a lot heavier than before.   Varicose vein treatment Varicose veins are deformed and enlarged veins with damaged valves. Most of this damage is irreversible once it has occurred. It can only be remedied by surgery to remove the external veins if they are experienced as very painful and unbearable.

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