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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Question for anyone, but especially J if she's around:

    I have this itchy rash under my arms (next to my pits) which showed up a few days ago. It's SO itchy. It looks like a cluster of insect bites. It's only under my arms.

    Any ideas what it might be? (could it be pregnancy related?) Or what is safe to put on it? I'm seeing my GP this weekend so I'll mention it to him then. At the moment I'm putting paw paw ointment on it, because I am not sure if cortisone cream is okay.

    The itching is awful

    Also - I haven't changed any of my products, and I have been avoiding deoderant since it showed up in case that was irritating it. It's still there!
    It might be worth getting a dr to look at it.

    I had a scaly rash along my bra line early on. I put Shea butter moisturizer on it and it eventually cleared up

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    Yep I am seeing my GP this morning. Hopefully he recommends something, paw paw isn't working, but pure vitamin E oil seemed to stop it from itching. It'll heal faster if I don't scratch I'm sure.

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    Cute bump btw!!!

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    Good haul FTM and welcome to your first day of maternity leave

    lil smurfy you definitely look pregnant now... Such a gorgeous bump!!

    So excited/nervous for 3:30 today!! eeep!!

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    Good luck MCB!!

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    Yes, good luck! 3:30, I'm so glad mine was early!

    My nt scan is at 3:30 though

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    Rainbow my ob and gp told me I could use cortisone cream. I don't use it much or very often but I do if it gets bad. Do you get skin irritations often? Sometimes pregnancy can make it worse.

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    Lovely bump lil smurfy! It's definitely grown since the last pic u posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FelH View Post
    Rainbow my ob and gp told me I could use cortisone cream. I don't use it much or very often but I do if it gets bad. Do you get skin irritations often? Sometimes pregnancy can make it worse.
    I don't really. I used to get terrible dermatitis when I worked in a kitchen, but it was mostly from having my hands in water all the time.

    I expect it's pregnancy relate because there's nothing else it can be from, unless it's viral but it doesn't look like a viral rash.

    Gonna get some calamine and might use a bit of cortisone if I can't get it to chill out even if I don't itch it.

    Woke up with another blood nose today - 5th in 7 days. Yucky!


 

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