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Wearing high heels (even wide-based, clunky ones) is generally not a good idea during pregnancy. That's because your weight increases and your body shape and center of gravity change, making you walk differently (and less steadily). In addition, ligaments tend to be looser during pregnancy, which can lead to joint instability and muscle strain.
A fall during pregnancy could hurt you and possibly your baby – so think twice before adding height to your growing girth. If you do decide to wear heels, consider wearing lower ones as your pregnancy progresses, and remember to place comfort and safety over fashion.