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Skin changes during pregnancy - acne

Acne is a common skin condition that usually begins during adolescence. During pregnancy, acne is likley to flare up during the first trimester.

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Changes to your skin during pregnancy

As your pregnancy develops, you may find that you experience changes to your skin. Most of these changes will improve or after your baby is born.

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Cosmetic procedures and beauty treatments during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Find out what cosmetic procedures and beauty treatments are safe during pregnancy and while you are breastfeeding.

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PCOS and pregnancy

Find out how polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can affect fertility and increase your risk of some complications during pregnancy.

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Anatomy of pregnancy and birth

From conception to giving birth, your body goes through many physical changes. Learn what happens to your body during pregnancy and labour.

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Common childhood rashes

Childhood rashes are common and many disappear without treatment. Learn about symptoms and treatment of childhood rashes, such as eczema, ringworm and impetigo.

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