During pregnancy, women are prone To Experience some skin Changes. This is due to shift in hormones and Blood flow.
The skin below your breast and neck might get darker. Dark patches might also Appear on your face. Some women also encounter acnes during their pregnancy. But, if this happens to you, don't worry about it since they mostly disappear several months after delivery.
However, Due to changes in Blood flow, Some women can Experience enlargement of veins in their legs. It can be common and harmless, but it can also indicate other health conditions. So, visiting your doctor for a diagnosis is advised.
During the second and third trimesters, Stretch marks are likely to appear around the hips, abdomen and breast. But, it is common and it causes no further damages to the skin.
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