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Eczema: Pregnancy & Eczema

Pregnancy & Eczema

Pregnancy brings forth many questions about the medications you may be using. If you get pregnant while you are under any medication for eczema, you need to talk to your doctor about which of them can be continued. You may have to discontinue some medications. You have to again find out with your doctor about medications when you are breastfeeding your child. Some medicines pass through mothers milk. These medicines should be used while breastfeeding your child.

Sometimes, eczema may flare up during pregnancy and settle down after you deliver the child. You have to talk with your doctor about medications for eczema during pregnancy. Even if you are asked to stop medications, you can keep control over your eczema by following basic skin care for eczema.

Article created on: August 1, 2006

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