Just popping over from the October 2015 group. I have seen several posts on Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy and have wanted to post some hopeful news in response, but I needed to wait to see how this pregnancy turned out. This was our 4th (and final) baby. I didn't have ICP with the first two (both boys), but I developed it ten days before my third baby (a girl) was due. I was itching like crazy, but not to the point of breaking skin and it wasn't on my palms nor the soles of my feet, so I was surprised when the test results came back about a week later that my level was at 40 and that I needed to be induced within the next 2 days. I was induced on her due date and neither of us experienced complications , but I was very worried about getting pregnant again since most articles I read said that the likelihood was 66% or greater and that it often started earlier in subsequent pregnancies. While there is no known way to prevent it, some articles suggested a low fat diet and exercise. I had stopped jogging at 26 weeks with baby #3 (because of early contractions), but I was able to make it to 35 weeks with baby #4 (also a girl). I wasn't as great about following a low fat diet; in fact, I gained more this time around. I had convinced myself from the beginning that I would need to be induced at 37 weeks, but amazingly, I made it to 40 weeks, 2 days with no ICP. I wish I had some wisdom on what prevented it this time (aside from exercise for more of the pregnancy and praying about it daily), but at the least I wanted to pass along that there is hope to have a normal pregnancy after ICP.