Obstetric cholestasis, is also sometimes referred to as intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy, is a disease, especially in pregnant women. Obstetric cholestasis or intrahepatic cholestasis (also known as ICP), which causes damage, because it will interrupt the flow of bile through the liver bile ducts. As mentioned previously, the ICP is the time more commonly called extreme itching. Almost twenty percent of women diagnosed with ICP are reported to have jaundice. Although the ICP can be quite annoying and serious woman, is actually much worse for her unborn child.

About 44 percent of women with ICP to work early, giving birth before 37 weeks have passed.

The best way to treat the ICP is to diagnose the primitive state. This test requires the wife in particular to fast so that the bile acids in the blood can be measured accurately. Today, this treatment is not considered effective for the reduction of bile acids in the blood. Steroids also help control experiments itching woman.

If signs of fetal distress, medical intervention may be necessary. In the event that the medical staff did not adequately monitor a pregnant woman is not treated properly the disease of not diagnosing ICP or ICP can lead to serious consequences. If you or someone you know has suffered with the prior, or that your baby has experienced the consequences of the disease because you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. Personal injury lawyers are here to help and you can get the justice it deserves

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