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Treatments for Cholestasis disease of pregnancy

Treatment List for Cholestasis disease of pregnancy

The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Cholestasis disease of pregnancy includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

  • Regular monitoring; medications: topical medications to control itch, medications to reduce bile acids e.g. ursodeoxycholic acid; cold baths to slow blood flow; early delivery
  • This condition resolves spontaneously after delivery, therefore treatment is aimed at relief of symptoms for the mother, and ensuring foetal wellbeing. Treatments include:
    • Management of pruritus
      • Ursodeoxycholic acid
      • Cholestyramine- for treatment of pruritus
      • Antihistamines - for treatment of pruritus
    • Monitoring of fat soluble vitamins, especially vitamin K, and supplementation if necessary
    • Increased foetal surveillance, and timely delivery

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