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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    No I have Tim Jeffrey.

    I've had a lot of unexplained itching on my stomach which can be linked to liver problems, or it can just be dry skin. He just wants to rule everything else out. I don't think there is anything wrong as he's given me a really strong cream to apply and I have barely itched today.
    Wow I had that but was never told it could be linked to liver. Learn something every day on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Oh yes that's right you do travel. Well problem is dd won't watch tv play games or play with toys for very long. She even has an ipad but doesn't use it! Shes very active so it will be interesting

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    Sonja I just escaped the liver test by a hairs breadth this week. Also had the insane stomach itching, but no real visible rash. Saw my OB on Tues for regular appt and she said I could have 2 days on steroid cream and if it didnt change I'd be getting liver testing done.

    Thankfully I've had pretty immediate relief from the cream as well as calamine kept in the fridge (feels soooo good, I spend extra long putting it on when it's been in the fridge )

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    Does anyone want some extra kids for a day or two? They will come with all accessories...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk EnJayDee View Post
    Bahaha... so I was less than useless... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    Sonja I just escaped the liver test by a hairs breadth this week. Also had the insane stomach itching, but no real visible rash. Saw my OB on Tues for regular appt and she said I could have 2 days on steroid cream and if it didnt change I'd be getting liver testing done.

    Thankfully I've had pretty immediate relief from the cream as well as calamine kept in the fridge (feels soooo good, I spend extra long putting it on when it's been in the fridge )
    Apart from the fasting it wasn't too bad. He's put me on a cream as well and it feels so much better.

    Jez I think it's why rare that itching is linked to liver problems, and I've had no history, but Tim is extremely cautious in everything he does.

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    Ah ok, I have eczema (but not on tummy usually) so think my dr put down to that. I have my beloved cortisone cream which I've used but hasn't helped much for the tummy, it looks different to usual rash. Prob just the stretching of belly maybe?

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    I had what the doc called a placental rash?? But I had it for the first 2 trimesters and not in the last....

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    I hadn't heard of tummy itching being related to liver issues

    I remember having it with my DD, but I had a lot of issues with dermatitis and eczema throughout my childhood and random times otherwise...

    The worst flareup of eczema I had was when I was pregnant with DD and ended up treating with cortisone cream, much as I tried to figure anything else. I had eczema on my eyelids and they were seriously red raw. I was dead set against putting cortisone in my body while pregnant, but it got rid of it within a couple of days.

    Hopefully it's nothing but dry skin and you're fine with a bit of moisturiser and massage. x

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    Sorry to change the subject but I am finally thrilled to have found such an awesome hairdresser that is .... get ready for this .............. KID FRIENDLY in fact he tells you to bring kids in

    ive been to him 3 times and never even knew it was kid friendly until I had no option other than to ask if I can bring my clingy child in out of desperation for a hair cut.

    He is soooooooo good and not expensive. His salon is funky, very modern and they are all so so lovely.

    Anyway those who need an uplift but have no babysitters I urge you to see this beautiful young man.

    Hes on scarborough bch rd if anyones interested I can pm the details incase im not allowed to post on forum. :thumbup:

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