Factors that increase the risk of developing cholestasis of pregnancy include:

  • A personal or family history of cholestasis of pregnancy
  • A history of liver damage
  • A twin pregnancy
  • A pregnancy achieved by in vitro fertilization

After you've had the condition once, the risk of developing it during a subsequent pregnancy may be as high as 70 percent.

Oct. 12, 2011

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