Debina Banerjee on Friday welcomed her second child with actor-husband Gurmeet Choudhary. Sharing a cute picture on Instagram announcing the birth of his daughterThe couple wrote, “Welcome our baby girl into the world. As we’re becoming parents again, we appreciate some privacy in the moment because our baby Has come into the world sooner than intended. Keep your blessings and keep showering your love.”
a day before its delivery, Debina Posted a video on her YouTube channel showing her experiencing body discoloration during her second pregnancy, “I am experiencing tremendous body discoloration. I have had tanning at least 7-8 times,” she reveals.
The actor-blogger said there has been discolor in his underarms, bums and the back of his neck. Debina said, “It sounds a bit strange but I think it will go away with time.”
But, why does this happen? “discoloration of the skin, whatever it is called” melasma Chloasma, or chloasma, is caused by increased synthesis of melatonin, a hormone that produces pigmentation. Melatonin synthesis increases due to pregnancy hormones, Pregnancy, excessive weight gain and even fluctuating blood sugar levels can lead to increased skin discoloration,” said Dr Varini N, Senior Consultant – Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Milan Fertility and Birthing Hospital, Bangalore. Told.
Sehmat, Dr. Ritu Sethi, Senior Consultant- Gynecology, Cloud Nine Hospital, Gurugram said that hyperpigmentation develops in the first trimester and is considered as one of its early symptoms. pregnancy, “However, in first pregnancies, its appearance may be delayed for several months into the pregnancy,” she said.
Dr Sethi revealed that skin discoloration Affects about 90 percent of pregnant women. “It’s more common in the last six months, but it can start anytime during pregnancy,” Dr. Warini said.
When do they fade? The expert said that after delivery, melasma subsides in many women (about 70 percent) within three months of delivery. “Most of your darker skin spots, lines and spots will start to fade after delivery. But some remain,” said Dr Sethi.
How to prevent and treat skin discoloration during pregnancy?
The experts have given the following tips that you should keep in mind.
*Keep your skin covered.
*be enough Folic acid,
* Avoid hot baths and showers, and keep a cool, damp washcloth over your face from time to time.
*If you have melasma, apply sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.
*Provides adequate intake of vegetables and fruits Antioxidants which prevents discoloration.
*Other measures to prevent excessive weight gain during pregnancy include good nutrition, adequate hydration and moderate exercise.
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