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Is it normal to have itchiness due to lymphocytes in pregnancy ?

I am 29 years old and 25 weeks pregnant , my blood group is O rhesus negative. I do not have a history of medical problems except prescribed antidepresants throughout the duration of my pregnancy . My BMI is normal and so is my blood pressure . For the last few weeks I have had a large amount of lymphocytes detected in my urine and I am currently experiencing itchy arms, shoulders, bottom, neck, back and thighs. I do not have a UTI or thrush. Is this a normal experience in pregnancy?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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Hi welcome to HealthcareMagic

The itching all over the body is not related to presence of lymphocytes in the urine..
the presence of lymphocytes in the urine suggestive of UTI(urinary tract infection).... which need to be treated... also drink more water.... for skin problem it must be clinically examined, whether any lesions re seen.. better to consult dermatologist...

Take care...
Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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