This is a little strange but i am beginning to notice that after standing for less than ten mins the sole's of my feet are killing me ????? I've only put on a couple of pounds since i got pg so its not that ! But its really beginning to be difficult because i commute on the train and i am in agony and wrecked by the end of the journey and its making walking around tough - is it just a phase or is it just me ????
I'm a chef so I'm on my feet for 8 hours a day. I know how you feel. I've been like this for a good few weeks. My ankles have also been swelling since week 12.
Oh gosh mat bump you poor thing - my saving gace is a sedentary work life but i am always running around and feel like my wings have been clipped all of a sudden
I just presume its all part and parcel of being pregnant.
Hi FF- I have noticed some days that i have gotten sore feet more the soles of my feet are sore from standing for long periods or walking even. i did find when i wore my runners they felt better but i can't wear my runners to work
Sorry to hear about your sore feet fat frog-no doubt no one gives you a seat on those bloody trains. I hear horror stories from the girls in here about pregnant women fainting and everything
I work on my feet as well and find I can only wear runners. I bought a pair of black nike boot / runner things that look fine under a pants if it's long enough. Wore shoes (ecco) the other day for an hour or so and soles of feet were in bits for the day.
The trains are so packed people wouldn't even notice me i think most of the time but also i don't look pg yet so no hope of getting a seat
Glad to hear i am not the only one i am trying out lots of different shoes but unfort the feet are still sore - what can you do !
[quote="wifetobe":v7ovrbwk]Sorry to hear about your sore feet fat frog-no doubt no one gives you a seat on those bloody trains. I hear horror stories from the girls in here about pregnant women fainting and everything
A girl in work was telling me that when her daughter was pregnant and was getting the train to work she had a small fold up stool if no one would give up their seat.