The main symptom is itching, usually without a rash, according to the NHS.
It explains: “For many women with cholestasis, the itching is often more noticeable on the hands and feet but can be all over the body or worse at night.
“Other symptoms include dark urine, pale poo, yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes, but this is less common.
“Wearing loose clothes may help prevent itching, as your clothes are less likely to rub against your skin and cause irritation.
“You may also want to avoid synthetic materials and opt for natural ones, such as cotton, instead.”