17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Itching at belly button during 2nd trimester

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Answer: Hello dear. Mild itching during pregnancy is normal in most cases. 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. You can apply moisturizer. Take care.
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    Kvk Suresh90 days ago

    Thanq mam

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