16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi , i m 15 week pregnant ... I m having dryness and itching problem ... Is dis normal and what should i apply on dryness ?

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Answer: Apply a mix of coconut oil, almond oil, olive oil and castor oil in equal measure. Use this twice a day. It will provide relief. As your skin is stretching it's getting dry due to wch you are experiencing itchiness. Other than this keep yourself hydrated, add foods wch are rich in omega 3 and natural oils this will maintain the elasticity of the skin. If itchiness persists then you can get your liver checked as sometimes due to liver infection one might feel itchiness all over body. take care.
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