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Got hives during 8 weeks of pregnancy. Itches, leaving marks. Normal?

HELLO, I HAVE 10 WEEKES OF PREGNANCY I WENT TO THE DOCTOR WHEN THEY TOLD ME I WAS 8 WEEKS, 4 DAYS AFTER MY APPOINTMENT I START GETTING HIVES ON ARMS HAND AND LEGS, I GOT AROUND 7 IN TOTAL AND THEY ITCH LIL BIT. WHEN THEY DISSAPEAR A DARK SHADOW STAYS THERE. IS THIS NORMAL OR I HAVE TO GO BACK TO THE DOCTOR AGAIN...MY OTHER APPOINTMENT IS UNTIL 2 WEEKS.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Hello.
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The hives that you are getting on your body are likely to be due to an allergic reaction caused by any environmental factor. You can apply aloe vera gel on the affected areas for a relief. In case these are persistent then you need to consult your doctor.
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Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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