WOMEN’S PROBLEMS OCCURING DURING PREGNANCY: DARK SKIN AND VOMITING

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    Dark skin
    Many women notice dark blotchy areas appear on the skin, and this may occur from an early date in pregnancy. Once more this is a side-effect of circulating hormones. The area surrounding the nipples and the nipple itself will become darker in colour.
    It is usually more apparent in normally dark complexioned people and those with a normal olive-type skin. Exposure to the sun tends to aggravate it.
    The forehead, cheeks and neck are frequently special at-risk areas. Scars and the midline area of the abdomen also seem to have a predilection for this pigmentation.
    Generally, when the confinement is over and the hormonal levels revert to normal, many of these areas wane and disappear altogether. In some areas it persists, especially in the areola, the nipples, scars and the abdominal midline parts.
    Women on the contraceptive pill (which contains similar types of hormones) often notice these dark markings. They are referred to as chloasma. A preparation called phiaquine creme is sometimes used with beneficial results in the more obvious parts. It is applied locally.

    Vomiting
    About 50 per cent of women experience nausea and possibly vomiting in the early stages of pregnancy. It often starts around the sixth week, and usually ceases by the twelfth week. In 45 per cent of cases it is mild; in 5 per cent of cases it is moderate, and only in about two cases in 1,000 does it reach serious proportions.
    It may occur in the morning after gastric secretions have accumulated in the stomach overnight. But it can also occur at any time of the day. Emotional and psychological factors play a large part once it has become established. Tensions and anxieties can aggravate it. Travelling will often make it seem worse. Often it makes the patient feel miserable and unhappy. She tends to go off her food, which in turn aggravates the situation.
    Eating small, dry meals (up to six a day or even more) can often bring relief. Avoiding fatty foods and spicy meals is recommended. Fluids are best taken between meals. The use of glucose-containing beverages may assist. Glu­cose is well known for its nausea-allaying powers, and it is also a readily absorbed and utilized food in itself.
    If symptoms are causing considerable dis­comfort, the doctor may prescribe medication, although the fewer drugs taken during early pregnancy the better. No drug should be taken unless under specific medical advice. Many women probably remember a drug called Debendox which often dramatically reduced nausea, but this was removed from the market in 1983. However, an old-timer called pyridoxine, or Vitamin Be, nearly always successful, is now often used. It may be given as an injection by the doctor, and usually dramatically reduces nausea and vomiting. Being a natural vitamin it is perfectly harmless. Some doctors believe nausea is simply a symptom of a nutritional deficiency occurring during pregnancy, rather than an indication of any serious underlying pathology. Pyridoxine commonly produces a strange taste in the mouth, but doctors say this indicates that the body is receiving an adequate supply. It may be given with another member of the Vitamin В complex, aneurin, or Vitamin B1.
    A severe form of persistent vomiting is called hyperemesis gravidarum. This may need hospitalization and more intensive medical measures. These cases are quite rare, averaging about two in each 1,000 pregnancies.

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