i was wondering if any of you pregnant ladies have gotten a red itching skin rash as part of your ealy pregnancy symptom? This month I have a red itchy skin rash around both of my armpits. The weird thing is that I am not on meds or using any new deodarant or lotion, so i have no idea why this is happening. Well anytime I get a new symptom, that is weird or unusual i get sort of hopeful for my BFP, so i am just wondering if any of you ladies had this happen? I found a website where it says the skin rash can be an early pregnancy symptom??
I actually got-still get- a rash from my mouthwash. The first time I brushed and rinsed in the morning and went in the mirror to put makeup on and had a bright red rash down my chin. It went away after an hour but I stop using that asap. Also got organic shampoo ans conditioner cuz MT legs were really irritated after showering... that really helped
I've had a similiar rash now for weeks! My doctor said it was pretty common and due to the pregnancy hormones and my auntie got it with her second baby. I can't remember exactly when it started but it feels like ages now! I had it a little on my tummy at first, which disappeared after a few weeks, but I got it much worse under my armpits and shoulder blades. It's slightly red and super dry, so I'm moisturising like 100 times a day to try and get rid of it!
I had a rash, mostly just below my left breast, which started the day before my period would have been due and is only just clearing up now, I'm 6+5. From the research I've done it seems to be fairly common and like Fascination my GP puts it down to pregnancy hormones and increased blood flow. I've been using loads of E45 and it def helps. Good luck xx
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