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Medicine For Pregnancy Rash
Skin changes: Pregnancy rash is merely a description, not a diagnosis. However, there are some rashes that only happen during pregnancy such as Puppp (Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy) which can happen during the mid trimester and be very itchy. It can be treated with topical steroid creams. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I don't know if I'm pregnant or not but I've developed a rash that looks a lot like a pregnancy rash should I take a pregnancy test?
Wait on cycle: Rashes are so common that I would wait and see what happens with your cycle, as this is much more accurate. ...Read more
Puppps: The treatment of puppp is symptomatic. High strength steroid creams or ointments, such as clobetasol (temovate) or Betamethasone (diplrolene), used up to 2 to 3 times a day usually relieve the itching and prevent the spread of the rash. Once the rash is under control, changing to a lower strength steroid used less frequently is advisable. ...Read more
I have a pimple like rash on both of my arms. I've been told it looks like a pregnancy rash. What could this be?
2 months after wife gave birth, she has a rash on both inner parts of thighs. Postpartum pregnancy rash? What treatment safe while breastfeeding?
Mixed answer: Rashes are quite diverse in their origin and a diagnosis is best made on physical exam. Most topical preparations are not absorbed in sufficient quantities to get into breast milk, so I would consider them safe. ...Read more
Pregnancy rash what is it? Started in belly button then random bumps not red unless scrached some small clusters very itchy. Now spotty hands
Creams: Although the rashes may be bothersome, they are not harmful to you or to your baby. A mild corticosteroid can be applied on the skin. You can take an antihistamine to help with the itching. Oral corticosteroids can be used in severe cases, but is generally not recommended. The rash will generally go away within one week of delivery. ...Read more
Need to be checked:
It is very difficult to comment on any rash without looking at it or havind a complete description as to the property of rash like color, size, shape, raised r flat and other charateristis
so I suggest you ave it checked as to what it might be especialy as you are pregnant. ...Read more
Hormones & skin: The multitude of hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy can affect the skin. There are some specific rashes that occur in pregnancy which follow a distinct pattern (PUPPP), while other patients can develop itchy skin. If the skin is simply dry, then a dry skin care program with natural oils can suffice. If there is an underlying rash, it should be evaluated by a Dermatologist. ...Read more
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Recurring Rash: If your rash is recurrent or chronic it's time to visit a dermatologist. Only a careful medical history and an in-person examination with appropriate follow-up is likely to give you an answer. ...Read more
My areolas itch really bad. No rash, no redness, no drainage of any kind. Could this be a symptom of eairly pregnancy?
Not really: Itchy nipples are not a reliable symptom of pregnancy. Simply take an over the counter pregnancy test if you think you are pregnant. ...Read more
No it not. Take HPT: Early pregnancy sxs can include: lack of period, breast swelling ; tenderness with darkened areolas, fatigue, increased urination frequency, constipation, bloating, heartburn, backache, cramping, headache, food cravings or aversions, increased sense of smell, enlarged waist, feeling faint/dizzy, mood swings, increased gas, insomnia, gagging more easily ; yawning. ...Read more
I am diagnosed with polymorphic eruption of pregnancy. Is it will harm my baby inside? Can I do cesarean section?
No, NO: Not recommended. Plan for the joy of natural delivery. It is better. ...Read more
I'm 32 years old, healthy, planning pregnancy, taking 1mg of folic and having a rash on back and stomack. How the folic allergy reaction looks like?
That's news: Not that I've heard of - but if you aren't sure, do a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Scabies gets worse: Scabies is a mite infestation, so without treatment it will get worse and worse. It is extremely itchy, and often the bumps will bleed from all the scratching. Usually a pregnancy-related rash will not be so severe nor gradually worsen over time. Also, scabies is contagious; pregnancy obviously is not. ...Read more
My partner has developed polymorphic eruption in pregnancy after giving birth and we're wondering if mild Cortisone would be safe for breastfeeding?
PUPPP: Try using moisturizers or pine soap. The rash should clear up shortly after delivery although it sometimes lingers on ...Read more
I have a rash on my inner, but underside of my arm. It's itchy, but that's all. No puss. I'm 13 weeks pregnant. Is this related to pregnancy?
I'm 12w pregnant now & my recent rubella result: igg +ve 27 igm equivocal 1.15 I never had any rash / fever during my pregnancy. Is my baby safe?
Probably: Early in pregnancy babies will generally miscarry or be fine. Not all babies will have congenital rubella and the fact you didn't get sick and have good igg if a good sign; the igm is likely a "red herring", it isn't part of the usual screening anyway, just the igg; good luck, it should be fine. ...Read more
Is severely itchy skin, especially hands and feet during the night with no rash a normal sign in late pregnancy?
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Pregnancy rash is merely a description, not a diagnosis. However, there are some rashes that only happen during pregnancy such as Puppp (Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy) which can happen during the mid trimester and be very itchy. It can be treated ...Read more
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