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Indigestion during pregnancy, high SGPT levels. Diagnosed with IBS. Itchy palms. Reason?

i have frequent symptoms of indigestion during my pregnancy and post pregnancy i have done my stool and blood test done every thing is normal except my SGPT level is 58. i quit smoking and alcohol when i got to know that i was pregnant and i m still nursing my baby she is 10 months old and its an normal delivery. My doctor said i have IBS as i take tensions and also have itchy palms and feet no rash or infection. what does it mean ?? i m worried
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

IBS can result from multiple factors. Stress usually exacerbates IBS and it is supposed to be linked to mental health. I think that you might benefit from consulting a psychiatrist for your mental health concerns. I also believe that you should have yourself checked out by a dermatologist for the rashes that you are having. I hope you do these as soon as you can and reassure yourself.

Take care and I hope this helped relieve your anxiety!
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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