For women, families and those affected by Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy
Welcome to ICP Care formerly known as "Itchy Moms" a resource for those affected by Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP). Often, the only symptom noticed is itching. The itching can vary from person to person on the palms of hands, arms, legs, soles of feet or all-over itching. ICP carries an increased risk of fetal distress, meconium staining, spontaneous preterm labor, respirtory distress and stillbirth.
We care about providing research-based, medically substantiated and relevant information to those affected by this high risk pregnancy condition. ICP is a high-risk pregnancy and women diagnosed may also need the expert advice and care of a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist or Perinatologist. These specialists are knowledgeable on the proper medical treatments for ICP. It is important to understand that this condition untreated has the risk of stillbirth as high as 15%.
Think you may have Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy?
If you are experiencing itching during pregnancy and think you may have ICP, you can start with our Guide to Diagnosis page. It is a useful reference to help guide you through the process to consider a diagnosis of ICP. Due to the risk of stillbirth, it is essential to seek the proper medical action if you think you may have ICP.
Ways you can help!
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Our mission is to connect, support, empower and educate those affected by Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP).
Already diagnosed with ICP?