This is a quick answer . .
Always will be ingredients
This site has been designed to help anyone – who has breasts – as the menstrual cycle and sanity and all else in between- happens if we have what we need to run a body on board. Lactation help? Here.
Circulation – flows – her Stuck Liver Qi Release – see site here for more – and download all resources. .
What is found online – here is from here
NOTE THIS IS THE BEST THEY CAN DO – IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH
What you read if you go looking (dominant discourse)
‘Cholestasis of pregnancy is a liver problem. It slows or stops the normal flow of bile from the gallbladder. This causes itching and yellowing of your skin, eyes, and mucous membranes (jaundice). Cholestasis sometimes starts in early pregnancy. But it is more common in the second and third trimesters. It most often goes away within a few days after delivery. The high levels of bile may cause serious problems for your developing baby (fetus).
- Medicine. To help relieve itching and help lower the level of bile.
- Measuring serum total bile acid. The level of bile in your blood may be checked. This helps your healthcare provider figure out treatment.
- Fetal monitoring. The healthcare provider may check your developing baby for any problems.
- Early delivery. You may deliver your baby early, between 37 to 38 weeks of pregnancy. This will lessen the risk to your baby. This may be by vaginal delivery with medicine to start labor. Or you may have a cesarean delivery. Your healthcare provider may decide that you should deliver even earlier, depending on your symptoms, test results, and pregnancy history.
‘What are the complications of cholestasis of pregnancy?
There is a serious risk of complications in your developing baby if you have cholestasis of pregnancy. The complications include:
- Fetal distress. This means your developing baby is not doing well. For example, the baby may not be getting enough oxygen.
- Preterm birth. You may be at greater risk for giving birth too early.
- Meconium in amniotic fluid. This means your baby has a bowel movement before birth. This may cause very serious breathing problems.
- Breathing (respiratory) problems. Your baby may have breathing problems as a newborn.
Cholestasis of pregnancy can also lead to vitamin K deficiency. This will need to be treated before you give birth, because it can cause you to bleed too much.
‘When should I call my healthcare provider?
Call your healthcare provider if you have:
- Severe itching
- Yellow coloring of your eyes, skin, or mucous membranes (jaundice)
‘Key points about cholestasis of pregnancy
- Cholestasis of pregnancy is a condition that slows or stops the normal flow of bile in the gallbladder.
- It can cause severe itching. This is the most common symptom.
- The goals of treating cholestasis of pregnancy are to relieve itching and prevent complications for your developing baby.
- Babies of women with cholestasis are often delivered early (usually around 37 weeks) because of the risks.
NOTE – none of this is about why it is happening or how to fix it.
The answers . .
Too simple. .. undo the Stuck Liver Qi – likely also take out the cold – undo the ‘stress’ of all she has been told.
And go through a check list.
Water – always tepid or warm not chilled.
Vit C – a little often – helps the liver do everything – also coats viruses – we need so much more to rebuild collagen and when under stress.
Vit D – more is likely needed. especially when the liver is not working.
Always Vitamin B complex
1 – Ingredients – if she had had the right ones – this would not be happening – so now we have an urgent ‘dry dam’ situation. Told she has cholestasis and ‘needs inducing’ – or baby may die – where is the evidence that this is the cause? How come nocebo is part of the current bullying hospital culture?
At this vulnerable stage in pregnancy ?
2 – Violent itching and heat since 26 weeks now 34 weeks with twins – .
Not cold not tap pH needs to be right PLUS more Vit C daily . ..10 grams then we went up to 20 grams
Warning – pay attention.- she/you are being told ‘is ‘normal’ in pregnancy – it is NOT if you are well and have sufficient to run a body well. If you want to get induced/have been talked into induction (it is NOT safe to do this) – it is likely y9ou and /or baby are not ready. Not even dropped – and baby even ‘on the wrong side’ ..
My suggestion is – have a C section.
Start being a mum at least whilst relatively rested – you will still be trying to operate out of depleted ingredients but at least not from trying to run a marathon with no preparation. Or wait a few weeks and get well enough to enjoy being a new mum. .
3 – Fixed it . .
Twins birthed at local hospital 41 weeks 7 1/2 lb each Fully breastfed
How could she?
She finally listened – we make babies and blood to make milk with good nutrient rich food.
Resources as to what to do – found here
Start right now .. .
More found on the safety of induction here
All ‘high risk’ is – is lack of knowledge and the ways to undo what is gradually falling over –
Tools initially – Self Care package – why what we supplement with may not be helping –
we need to have a happy gut,