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itchy body pregnancy

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ambreenhussain12 Fri 11-Mar-16 17:13:50

hi i am 32 weeks pregnant i had itch all over my body its bit better i had a acid bile full blood count and liver function test all came back normal just my full . blood count came borderline anyone know what does that mean doctor wants nothing needs doing should i be worried im also o negative i also had the anti d injection im just worried abt my full . blood count what does iy actually borderline? plz do reply thanks a lot

ambreenhussain12 Fri 11-Mar-16 17:18:22

sorry i forgot to mention i had my blood taken 3 weeks before for full blood count that came normal and also had a anti d injection 3 weeks ago but had blood test again 3 days ago anyone think that could be the reason my bloods borderline plz do reply im really worried thanks alot

SmallBee Fri 11-Mar-16 17:19:55

I don't have the medical knowledge myself but the best thing to do really is to call your midwife or antenatal ward and see what they say.

SexNamesRFab Fri 11-Mar-16 17:31:44

Call your midwife ASAP. They should have a 24hr number?

ambreenhussain12 Fri 11-Mar-16 17:52:43

i think it should be ok otherwise my doctor would have asked me to repeat or anything he said nothing needs doing so im.bit reassured thanks anyways

insideout Fri 11-Mar-16 18:29:10

I had Obstetric cholestasis in my last pregnancy, all bloods were fine for about 2 months after the itching started. I would give triage / on call midwife a ring just to be on the safe side x

ambreenhussain12 Fri 11-Mar-16 18:45:43

I've just rang antenatal department and spoke to someone she checked my blood results and said its the white blood cells that came borderline and thats y doctor askes me to give a urine sample in which i will do on monday do u think i still should be worried it it normal to have white blood cells in pregnancy? thanks

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