Water Retention

The process in which your body retains water to account for a lack of water intake. Rising hormone levels are a common cause of water retention during the prenatal period. Water retention is a common condition during pregnancy and can cause the legs, ankles and other parts of the body to appear swollen. The third trimester of pregnancy and summe...
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Water Retention

See fluid retention.
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Water retention

[medicine] The term water retention (also known as fluid retention) signifies an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the circulatory system or within the tissues or cavities of the body. Water is found both inside and outside the body’s cells. It forms part of the blood, helping to carry the blood cells around the body and keeping oxygen an
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