Pregnancy App Article: "Your body in week 30"

Week 30
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Your body in week 30
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You're probably feeling rather bulky (not helped by swelling ankles and fingers) and, if your sleep's a bit disturbed, rather knackered too.

This week’s annoying-pregnancy-conditions newsflash: you might have itchy palms and soles of your feet. They're redder than usual because your body's attempting to get rid of the excess heat generated while baking a baby. All you can do is try to keep cool - shower often and wear loose cotton clothing.
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Use flexible ice packs. They worked wonders for me when I itched like mad during my pregnancies!
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Ice cold green aloe vera gel is your new best friend.
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Take your mind off the itching
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