35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii doc.. My 8th month is going to complete on 9 march and I hv too much itching on whole body mainly on limbs nd have some prblm in urine with a little pain... Is it normal or anything serious?? Pls advise me

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Answer: Hi dear, Itchiness could be due to dryness.avoid taking too hot showers for long time.drink plenty of water and also moisturize your body with lotion.donot use too hot water to take bath as it dries up your natural moisture of skin .use mild soap.you can also use besan flour with milk cream while taking bath.severe itchiness could also be something serious like liver malfunction,called Cholestasis.do check with doctor if it gets severe. If there is pain or burning sensation while urinating,then it could be due to urinary tract infection.deink plenty of water.if the pain still persists then please check with doctor.
Answer: Hi, Please consult with ur doctor as itching can be happened due to LFT increase, i had gone through same problem and d cause was LFT increase
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