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Is it Gestational Pemphigoid

A young female who is primi, in her 2nd trimester Chief Complaints A rash which started around Umbilicus before onset of pregnancy slowly spreading to entire trunk & lower limbs... Later blisters started appearing at the site of rash..(x 2 weeks) Extremely itchy lesions.. Intermittent relief occurs without treatment Diagnosis How to make the diagnosis

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Yes it is Gestational pemphigoid .. GP is an autoimmune blistering skin disease of pregnancy, typically occurring in the second or third trimester. It was originally called herpes gestationis because of the blistering appearance, although it is not associated with the herpes virus.

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Yes agreed with explanation given by dr Dineshchandra Sharma sir Yes it is Gestional pemphigoid or herpes Gestationis It is viral Locally clop-s nano lotion twice daily Moisturisers frequently Oral medication is to be avoided

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Yes it is Gestational pemphigoid .. GP is an autoimmune blistering skin disease of pregnancy, typically occurring in the second or third trimester. It was originally called herpes gestationis because of the blistering appearance, although it is not associated with the herpes virus.

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? GESTATIONAL PEMPHIGOID .. ? HERPES GESTITIONIS .. AUTOIMMUNE .. BLISTERING SKIN .. DISEASE .. OCCURES IN .. 2ND OR .. 3RD .. TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY ..

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Gestational pemphigoid? Herpes gestitionis? Drugs induced allergic dermatitis? Autoimmune disorder.. 4th trimester of pregnancy.. Occurs in... Steroids ointment used low dose.. Moisture lotion use.. Calamine lotion use.. Bath keto soap.. Cold compress.. Coconut oil use.. Tab multivitamin.. Vitamin c tab..

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Diagnosis By clinical presentation C/s of fluid from blisters

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Pemphigus gestationalis Refer to tertiary hospital. Will require DIF and biopsy. More serious effects in primi

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Gestational Herpetiform? Peri-Umbilical Blisters Diagnotic Biospy & Study Immunofluorescence Rx Steroid oint

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It's gestational pemphigus Treatment regimen Topical Antihistamines Along with the above -keeping the skin cool with ice or cold compresses -staying in a cool or air-conditioned environment -bathing in Epsom salt or oatmeal preparations -wearing cool cotton clothing

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LFT, CBC, Blood Sugar Something allergic- may be Amniotic fluid? Antiallergic tt

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