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Pregnant with allergic rashes. Taking cetrizine and iterax. How to remove the scars?

Hello Dr., I am 9 months pregnant now and 4 days ago i had allergies (maybe from food or the changing weather) all over my tummy, arms and legs. My ob gyne gave me 2 medicines - Iterax (taken at night) and cetirizine (in the morning) to be taken for 5 days only. The itchiness lessened but I still i feel itchy esp. at night. I put moisturizer all over my body. When the baby comes out, how do i remove the scars left by these allergies. I m sure my skin would be darker.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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the vitamins and calcium an dietry suppliments given during pregnancy are reason for this
these medicines can be taken safely for long tme if you need
after the deliery whn you stop all your medicines your skin will slowly come back to origional color
take plenty of warm water
can apply calamine over the skin
after delivery you can apply clindamycin gel on the skin and calamine lotion on the ski8n as local application
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