Common skin problems during pregnancy
During pregnancy, a woman suffers from several skin problems, the most important of which are:
- Melasma: It is a brown or yellowish color that appears during the fourth, fifth and sixth months of pregnancy, and it can be reduced by not exposure to the sun.
- Acne: It is similar to the love that appears in adolescents, and this love disappears after birth.
- Black line: It is a line that starts from the navel to the middle of the pubic bone for most women, and this line disappears months after birth.
- Spider veins: They are small blood capillaries that appear under the skin, and can be hidden by make-up, or by using a laser at a dermatologist.
- Stretch marks: They are lines that appear on the skin, and their color is either red, pink, or white.
- Nile Hamo: These are pills similar to those that appear in children and infants.
- Skin tags: They appear on the neck. And their number increases during pregnancy as a result of hormones. These growths disappear after birth.
- Itching: This is a feeling that you may feel as a result of stretching of the skin.
- Spread of pimples and boils: They are in the form of red spots on the abdomen, thighs, buttocks and limbs. It often disappears after birth.
Prevention of skin problems when pregnant
- Keep your skin clean, and do not use makeup extensively.
- Do not take a hot shower. And moisturize your skin well.
- Do not stay in the sun for long periods of time.
- Exercise to get fats out of your body.
Other topics about pregnancy
- Read more about a self-pregnancy test
- Read more about miscarriage
- Read more about pregnant swelling
- Read more about insomnia and pregnancy
- Read more about pregnant rib pain
- Read more about pregnant back pain
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- Read more about constipation and pregnancy
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- Read more about frequent urination and pregnancy
- Read more about a pregnant woman's mood swings
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- Read more about varicose veins and pregnancy
- Read more about dizziness during pregnancy
- Read more about race and pregnancy
- Read more about pregnancy stretch marks
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- Read more about morning sickness when pregnant
- Read more about nosebleeds and congestion in a pregnant woman
- Read more about bleeding gums during pregnancy
- Read more about general advice for pregnant women
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Dr.. James F. Bash, D. Phyllis A. Balch, 2001, Prescription for Nutrition Therapy, translated and published by Jarir Library.