causes of allergies during pregnancy



weakened immunity, lack of vitamins, hormonal changes, increased sensitivity to various external factors: all this and more can cause allergies in pregnant women.

contribute to the emergence of allergic reactions in pregnant women and poor diet.Sometimes even the most innocuous at first glance, the products can cause such unpleasant future mother and breaking the rhythm of life of allergy symptoms like runny nose, watery eyes and skin rashes.The same applies to the future mother used
household products.

Laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, bath foam and even your favorite shampoo can cause allergies in pregnant women. One of the main initiators of allergy in pregnant women is considered to be stress.Frequent experiences, changes in mood, quarrels with relatives and excessive load on the very negative impact on the already weakened body of the future mother, causing the appearance of a woman's allergic reactions.

Allergy treatment during pregnancy



treat allergies in a pregnant woman must be a doctor.Only a specialist can assign really effective and safe for the woman and for the unborn baby medication.

If you were able to determine the cause of allergic reactions on their own, try to avoid contact with the allergen in the future. Most medicines and tablets from allergies use during pregnancy is not recommended.So, welcome "Diphenhydramine" can provoke strong contractions of the uterus, which can lead to miscarriage in the first trimester and premature labor in late pregnancy.Antihistamines "Terfenaid" may have a negative effect on the birth weight and anti-allergy pills "Astemizole" and does can cause fetal toxicity.

Such allergy medications as "Suprastin" "Claritin", "Feksadin" and "Cetirizine" can be used to combat allergies during pregnancy, but only if the damage disease damage can be more dangerous than the possible risk to have notunborn baby.

safest for pregnant women anti-allergic drugs are considered "Diazolin", however, and it is recommended to take only when absolutely necessary and in very small quantities.