Pregnancy App Article: "What to expect: Stretching skin"

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The skin on your bump can feel a bit dry and itchy as it grows and stretches. You can use moisturiser such as E45 to help this and soothe the skin. 

If the itching is severe or is on the palms of your hands and soles of your feet, speak to your doctor or midwife as it could be a sign of a liver condition called obstetric cholestasis that can be quite serious.
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I have sensitive skin and it got way worse during my pregnancy - I found bathing daily in E45 Bath and using an anti-itch shampoo helped, but didn't fix it.
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Ice cold green aloe vera gel is your new best friend!
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As odd as it sounds, try Germolene or a standard over-the-counter cream that has an anaesthetic in - it dulls the itch a tiny bit. Also helps to have cool showers and leave your bump out at night (this requires imaginative positioning of duvet...)
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Use flexible ice packs. They worked wonders for me when I itched like mad during my pregnancies.
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The only thing that helped me was dissolving some baking soda in warm water, and then using a flannel to rub it all over the itchy part of my skin.
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