The Use Of Sulfur In Pregnant Women To Deal With Itching?
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Hello Edy, thanks for the question.
The use of sulfur topically / topically is generally intended for the problem of acne, dermatitis, psoriasis, or rosacea. Its activity is in the form of keratolytic which helps regenerate new skin cells by removing keratin substances that accumulate on the skin. There is also an anti-bacterial function so that it can help reduce the inflammation process in the skin.
Until now there has been no scientific evidence of the side effects of sulfur use in pregnant women, but there are also no studies that recommend the use of sulfur in pregnant women. Generally doctors will prescribe topical sulfur for pregnant women if the condition of the skin disorder is very severe so it is expected that with additional therapy in the form of sulfur, skin disorders can be reduced. You should consult your obstetrician or dermatologist before using an ointment containing sulfur. The doctor will weigh the benefits of using sulfur with the losses that may be experienced by the mother and fetus. In the meantime you can try applying a lotion to the itchy part, because sometimes dry skin can also cause itching. Keep nails short so they don't cause injury when scratching.
Hopefully this answer can help you.