Itching is common in pregnancy. Usually it's thought to be caused by raised levels of certain chemicals in the blood, such as hormones. Later, as your bump grows, the skin of your tummy (abdomen) is stretched and this may also feel itchy.Is itching a sign of being pregnant?
Intense itching is the main symptom of cholestasis of pregnancy. There is no rash. Most women feel itchy on the palms of their hands or the soles of their feet, but some women feel itchy everywhere. The itching is often worse at night and may be so bothersome that you can't sleep.What is the diagnosis code for normal pregnancy?
Diagnosis Code Z34.81. ICD-10: Z34.81. Short Description: Encounter for suprvsn of normal pregnancy, first trimester. Long Description: Encounter for supervision of other normal pregnancy, first trimester. This is the 2019 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code Z34.81.