I'm currently 17 weeks pregnant. Recently I noticed tiny red bumps showing up all over my breasts, and also under them. It's been a few days ,and they have yet to go away. They're moderately itchy. They look like flat circular patches. They are not anywhere else on my body. I'm curious as to what they could be. I've never had any such problems before.
I haven't changed soaps. I have not been taking any new medication. My diet has remained the same threw out this pregnancy. I haven't recently eaten anything out of the ordinary.
I'm a little concerned. I see my doctor soon. But, I just wanted to know if anyone has had this problem.
I think just about every pregnant woman has a bit of eczema (rashes) during pregnancy, I've had the same rash between my boobs, under my armpits sometimes.. cortizone 10 will take away the itch! Nothing to worry about :]
I hate to sound so personal but i am 16 weeks and I have rash on my behind. I asked the doc cause I havent had this before at all and he said that the hormones in our bodys make our skin do some funny things, that including rashes and bumps.
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