Pregnancy and Tingling?

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Tingling during pregnancy is a common sign, along with feeling sick and spotting and cramping. Tingling can be experienced in the hands and on the nipples. Tingling in the hands is caused by tissue swelling, especially in the passages of the wrist. On the other hand, tingling on the nipples is caused by hormones increasing the blood supply in that area.
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Your milk glands preparing to become active (if you decide to breast feed).
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Yes, depending on how far along you are
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More than likely the baby playing with the umbilical cord. I could swear at times mine thinks it's a jump rope! LOL. It's normal. Congrats to your friend! If she is still curious
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i presume that by 'signs there' you mean missed period etc? could i just tell you that a couple of years ago I thought i was pregnant.my periods had stopped and i was sure i could
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Numbness And Tingling
Numbness and tingling are unusual prickling sensations that can happen in any part of your body, but they are generally noticed in hands, feet, arms, and legs. Many things can cause the feeling of numbness and tingling, including sitting with your legs crossed or falling asleep on your arm. If numbness and tingling persist and there’s no. . . More »
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Tingling during pregnancy is a common sign, along with feeling sick and spotting and cramping. Tingling can be experienced in the hands and on the nipples. Tingling ...
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