Skin and pregnancy - Dermatology and aesthetics

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Dermatology and aesthetics

Dermatology and aesthetics

Skin and pregnancy

Pregnancy: how the skin changes Physiological changes Dermatosis exacerbated by pregnancy Dermatosis specific to pregnancy
  • Pregnancy: how the skin changes
  • Physiological alterations
  • Dermatoses exacerbated by pregnancy
  • Specific dermatoses of pregnancy

Pregnancy: how the skin changes

During the nine months preceding childbirth, the maternal organism undergoes numerous immunological, endocrinological, metabolic and vascular changes, such as to induce, even at the cutaneous level, important changes, some of which are paraphysiological, others capable of triggering a dermatological disease in genetically predisposed women, others still capable of aggravating or, on the contrary, improving a pre-existing pathological condition It is therefore useful to distinguish between various types of diseases:

  • physiological changes in the skin during pregnancy;
  • dermatoses exacerbated by pregnancy;
  • pregnancy-specific dermatoses.

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