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PUPPP, an acronym for pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy, is a rash that can affect women who are pregnant. It is not serious and can be treated.
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Karen says:    


I had puppp rash with my first pregnancy approx 9yrs ago (First child). I thought I'd litteraly go crazy! The doctor never did anything for me, I put Aloe Gel on it to cool it down and that just died my skin out. With my second pregnancy I thought I was getting it on my thighs but it only amounted to two small patches that just barely itched. Now with my third and hopefully last pregnancy I started getting it very early on(I thought it was pupps, and still think it was starting)I was itching pretty bad on my bottom and back of legs with horrible red welps. I went to herb store nearby and the herbalist told be to take VitB 50 Complex. It's a vitamin B deficiency she said. 3to 4 days later I noticed not as much itching! The rash is there somewhat, but no itch. It didn't start on Stomach this time, but I believe it was the same thing. Please try Vitamin B50 Complex and see if it helps. Karen

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Eshet says:    


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I had puppps with my first pregnancy starting at about 22 weeks past delivery.I thought grandpas pine tar soap was the worst thing i ever did to try to help!Be careful using it I thought I had set myself on fire!I did think though that liver cleansing herbs helped and good quality fish oil.Although people say it doesn't come back it did with my next 2 pregnancies.Not nearly as bad though.The crazy thing is that now every year when it gets cold I get a rash very similiar to pupps mostly on my legs and cannot figure out why!I reallly wish we could Know why if this is liver related or possible a side effect of vaccinations?one out of 160 women get it in 2013.In the 80's it was 1 in 2000.Makes me think maybe it was something our mothers took or did?OR possibly something we women did?anyway if anyone has any ideas feel free to send me a message.I really wish we could all have some more info about this. Eshet


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Karen says:    


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I had puppp rash with my first pregnancy approx 9yrs ago (First child). I thought I'd litteraly go crazy! The doctor never did anything for me, I put Aloe Gel on it to cool it down and that just died my skin out. With my second pregnancy I thought I was getting it on my thighs but it only amounted to two small patches that just barely itched. Now with my third and hopefully last pregnancy I started getting it very early on(I thought it was pupps, and still think it was starting)I was itching pretty bad on my bottom and back of legs with horrible red welps. I went to herb store nearby and the herbalist told be to take VitB 50 Complex. It's a vitamin B deficiency she said. 3to 4 days later I noticed not as much itching! The rash is there somewhat, but no itch. It didn't start on Stomach this time, but I believe it was the same thing. Please try Vitamin B50 Complex and see if it helps. Karen

 
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