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Antihistaminic and enzyme level clarification for itching during pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
User :   Sorry
Doctor :   that is fine
Doctor :   we could continue the chat
User :   you were telling something?
Doctor :   yes , i was saying that , mild itching will be there due to some elevation in liver enzymes
Doctor :   and that will come down normally
User :   okay...
Doctor :   but if her itching is severe and leading to rashes
Doctor :   she needs a re view from a gynecologist
Doctor :   is this her first pregnancy ?
User :   ok
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok , we need to check her enzyme levels and treat her with some more medicines , do not worry , but act soon
User :   okay
User :   is there any home remedies that we can try to reduce itching
Doctor :   no good home remedy will serve her better , i am concerned about her rashes
User :   hmm
Doctor :   it needs a better treatment
Doctor :   with an antihistaminic and assessment of enzyme levels as i just mentioned
User :   ok
Doctor :   are there any more questions for me ?
User :   no thanks doctore
User :   doctor
Doctor :   thank you for consulting me
Doctor :   wishing your wife a safe confinement
Doctor :   good luck
User :   thanks for the wishes..
Doctor :   pleasure here
Doctor :   take care
Doctor :   Bye for now .
User :   bye
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