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If you know you have allergies, consult your doctor before you become pregnant or at the start of your pregnancy. He will adjust your treatment, as some are contraindicated during pregnancy. He will also suggest that you be followed more regularly during the 9 months, because allergies during your pregnancy may be more virulent, identical, or on the contrary, attenuated.

Allergy and pregnancy: little danger, but be prepared and consult

The allergy does not harm the baby, but having an asthma attack, for example, even a slight one, is never harmless. That is why:

If you discover that you are allergic during your pregnancy, consult urgently;

if you suspect an allergy and want a child: have an allergy assessment with an allergist.

Pregnant woman with allergies: 

As with all allergies, it is necessary to identify the triggers, to be able to follow the hygienic and dietetic rules adapted to your case. During pregnancy, you will take extra care to rule out the allergen in question.

Things to avoid

Many allergens are part of our daily life. 

For example, avoid:

Develop a healthy environment

To limit allergies, it is recommended to:

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Allergy in the baby

You will not prevent your baby from having an allergy that you do not have: for example, there is no point in chasing away dust mites if you are not allergic to dust. 

However:

If you are allergic, the baby has a 30% risk of being allergic;

if the baby's father is also allergic, the risk of allergies increases to 60% or even more if the allergy is the same in both parents.

Smoking or being second-hand smoke increases your baby's risk of being allergic by 10.