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Dedicated to protecting pregnancies, families, & their unborn babies from Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP)

Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy has an

official ICD-10 diagnosis!

ICP Care and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – ACOG successfully petitioned the CDC to update the ICD-10 coding system that doctors use in medical charts. Prior to this, ICP was simply diagnosed as “Liver condition in pregnancy”. We are pleased to announce as of October 1, 2023 patient’s medical charts can now represent an accurate 026.64 diagnosis code !! We hope this leads to better life-long care for patients as well as the ability to further research into the disorder.

Healthy Diet

A healthy diet during pregnancy is not only critical for your baby’s health and development, but it may help those who experience Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy manage their symptoms.

Follow our healthy diet recommendations for optimal self-care throughout your pregnancy.

A Supportive Community

If you are diagnosed with Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy, it can feel overwhelming, scary and isolating. We are committed to providing those affected by ICP with a supportive online community.

Find support by connecting with others with the same diagnosis

ICP Patient Registry

(Open Internationally)

Join the ICP Care Patient Registry to aid research in Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy to improve future management.

Since ICP is a rare disease, the more participants who share their pregnancy journey, the more we can learn to improve care, treatment and support.

Latest News, Stories and Upcoming Events

Tenth Anniversary ICP Care

How You Can Get Involved to Help Celebrate with us visit: Ten Year Anniversary page here https://tenyearanniversary.icpcare.org  Donate: Make a Donation: to ICP Care in honor of someone you love, on behalf of an ICP mom, baby or family. Your generous donations help our organization raise awareness...

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Early Onset Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy

Author: Dr. Laura BonebrakeWhat we know about risks and outcomes Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) is classically known as a disorder that first occurs in the second or third trimesters of pregnancy.1 At ICP Care, we have had members diagnosed much earlier in pregnancy, including in the...

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Considerations After an ICP Pregnancy

It’s the burning question everyone with Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy wants the answer to: can my ICP cause lasting harm to me or my baby after my pregnancy is over? It’s unsatisfying to know we don’t have great answers. The studies so far have been few and often conflicting. We do have some answers, though, and it’s mostly good news.

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About ICP Care

ICP Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit determined to help pregnant mothers who experience Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy and to deliver healthy babies. ICP Care’s mission is to provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, support the advancement of research and improve health care practices.

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Events

ICP Care has a number of events throughout the year to spread awareness.

Our events help raise much needed funds to support those diagnosed with ICP.

Fundraising & Donations

We are a 501(c)(3) always looking for opportunities to raise money to help spread our message.

View a list of options to find one that works best for you.

Volunteer

Please join us in raising awareness for Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy.

Review our curated list with some of the most popular volunteer opportunities!

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Don't Ignore the Itch. Stillbirth is a Risk.

Moderate to Intense itching is NOT NORMAL

It could be Cholestasis of Pregnancy and it could put your baby's life at risk.
Intervention, treatment & early delivery can make all the difference.
Spread the Word and Help Save a Baby's Life