Question:mere palm or sole me bhot itching ho rhi h..what is the reason?kbhi kbhi body me v bhot itching Hoti h
Answer: Yes, mild itching during pregnancy is normal in most cases. It's also common – about 20 percent of pregnant women have itchy skin. You may feel especially itchy around your belly and breasts as your skin stretches to accommodate their increased size. Dry skin and hormonal changes may also contribute.
If you have an itchy rash or severely itchy palms or soles of your feet, call your healthcare provider because these are sometimes symptoms of more serious conditions that require medical care.
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.
Question:Mam mere vagina me bhot itching ho rhi h kya kru
Answer: You can make a baking soda paste or add it to your bath water. Soak the area for 10 to 15 minutes to help relieve inflammation and itching. If you apply the paste to your bottom area, make sure to rinse with cool water. This will also help relieve itching to the abdomen as it stretches.