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Question: Hi doc.. I m 33 weeks pregnant. I m facing problem of severe itching whole body and also itching in urine. What should I do. Pls suggest
Answer: Hi dear itching usually happens due to dryness of the body because at this time your body has a lot of blood flow and also due to the skin stretching the body is dry but you can apply moisturizing lotion and coconut oil to feel better but if nothing is helping out you need to report this to your doctor who can suggest and lft which is liver function test to check your bile acid and according to the level suggest you medicine to have which will help you a little and now if you hv itching in ur vagina it could be yeast infection fr which again needs antifungal cream needs to be applied, it happens due to the disturbance of PH balance in your vagina due to a lot of hormonal activity but it is treatable so don't worry do report this to your doctor.. Hope this helps!
Question: I have alot of itching on whole body specialy on belly. Plz tell me its normal? What to do?
Answer: Hi! Itching is caused to dryness as your skin keeps stretching, Apply lotions or coconut oil you should get relief. Report this to Doctor he might suspect for some liver test for bile acid but if thats normal it can be hormonal issues. Every pregnancy is different every body every hormones play too...check with ur gynae still if everything is normal only thing I can say is not to worry Ur baby is fine it's just Ur hormones. And it will vanish the moment baby is born...things that can help you is taking bath twice a day esp before bedtime,apply good moisturizer,staying in a cool room temp,drink loads of water fresh juices. Good luck!
Question: hii i m 36 weeks pregnant... there is itching in whole body...wht cn i do?
Answer: Hi dear do your best not to scratch because it can irritate your skin further and increase the risk of skin infections. If you're itching because of dry, stretched skin, these simple measures can give you relief: Apply cold. Put an ice pack or a cool, wet compress on itchy areas for five to 10 minutes, or until the itch fades.Moisturize. Slather on fragrance-free lotion or cream after you take a shower or bath. Keep lotion in the fridge so that moisturizing your skin also feels cooling. Take an occasional warm oatmeal bath. You can buy commercially prepared oatmeal baths in drugstores.