Thank you for your query.
Swelling or edema during pregnancy especially during full term is common. It could be because of increased blood volume, extra pressure on the blood vessels in legs, hands & pelvis and also because of water retention. Because there are a lot of hormonal changes taking place in the body during pregnancy it leads to an elevation in the body temperature which causes the swollen feet to have burning sensation. Sometimes it also can be due to pre-eclampsia (high blood pressure) during pregnancy. For simple problems the relief measures would be to keep the feet elevated. If you are standing for long avoid and take rest in between by taking a comfortable seating. If you are sitting in same position for long get up & do slow walking for some time. Reduce salt intake as salt can aggravate the problem. Go to a doctor & get blood pressure checked to be on the safe side. Having white spots in vision can be from simple to complicated reasons. Try moving your eyes up & down, from side to side, such that any pieces of vitreous in path can be drifted away from the path of vision, if the problem is resolved it is fine or else it is advised to consult an eye doctor.
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