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Pregnant, baby diagnosed with AVSD, partial Down's, had blood blister on finger with heavy bleeding, itchy soles. Worrisome?

i am 28 weeks pregnant, I had a blood blister on my finger that bled heavily for 4 hours, a couple of days ago, yesterday i had blood taken to check for clotting, results will be back monday. I have now got very itchy soles of my feet , is that anything to worry about? the baby has also been diagonosed with AVSD and 50/50 chance of downs,
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Hi Helen,
Thanks for posting your query.
The burning soles can be due to many possible causes like uncontrolled chronic hyperglycemia, dry environment or deficiency of folate and vitamin B12 to name a few.
If there is some local eruption then it may be due to local infections.
It would not affect the baby but if the problem persists then you should get reviewed by a physician.
lets hope you give birth to a healthy baby.
I hope your query has been answered.
Dr.Monika Choudhary
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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