Presentation of three cases with gestational dermatosis, antenatal diagnosis and management
PUPPP (Pruritic Urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy), especially in the first pregnancy, and after 35’th weeks and rarely after birth occurs. Although extremely annoying for its suerers (because of the itching), it presents no long-term risk for either the mother or unborn child. PUPPP frequently begins on the abdomen and spreads to the legs, feet, arms, chest, and neck. Approximately 5-6 days after birth dermatosis become lighter and semptoms began recover immediately after birth.
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