Teenage mother's pregnancy triggered an agonising skin condition which was so painful she 'couldn't even change a nappy'

A teenage mother says becoming pregnant triggered a painful condition which leaves her skin cracked and bleeding.
Chloe Lynam, 18, from the Wirral, Merseyside, first noticed red blotches appearing on her skin while she was carrying baby Jacob.
But as her pregnancy progressed, she was left with huge wounds and scaly skin.
By the time her son was born, more than half of her body was covered in the painful sores - as doctors diagnosed her with psoriasis.
She was left unable to cuddle Jacob or change his nappy due to the severe discomfort from the condition.  
It became so bad that strangers... read more

5 October 2016 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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