The pupps rash has been known to occur during multiple pregnancies. This means that mothers who have the pupps rash during one pregnancy could get the pupps rash during other pregnancies as well; However, this is not always the case. Just because you have the pupps rash during one pregnancy does not guarantee that you will have the pupps rash during other pregnancies.
What determines whether you will get the pupps rash during multiple pregnancies has yet to be discovered. It too lies in the gray area around why pregnant women get the pupps rash in the first place. It could be due to extreme stretching of the abdomen during pregnancy. It could be due to the mother carrying a boy.
While both of the reasons listed above are among the most popular reasons for why pregnant women get the pupps rash, there is still no scientific proof that proves either is true. There is no known research that suggests either of the above is any more likely to be the reason than the other. 70% of the women who have had the pupps rash carried boys. There is still 30% who carried girls and nearly all pregnant women experience stretching of the abdomen. If stretching was the cause of the pupps rash, wouldn’t all pregnant women get the pupps rash? If carrying boys was the cause of the pupps rash, why are women carrying girls getting the pupps rash as well?