What to do if you have systemic allergies during pregnancy?

Some women are prone to allergies themselves and can still take medicine to control them when they are not pregnant. What should they do if they develop allergies during pregnancy and cannot take medicine? Let’s talk about this issue today. First, let’s take a look at what are the causes of allergies in pregnant women? First, environmental allergies are generally respiratory allergies, such as allergic rhinitis, asthma, etc. Allergens of this type are generally dust, mold, cotton wool, animal hair, pollen, second-hand smoke, etc. Second, diet affects allergies that occur due to diet, usually manifesting as urticaria and atopic dermatitis. This type of allergens include crab, lobster, nuts, oranges, strawberries, milk, tomatoes, etc. As long as pregnant mothers try to avoid the things mentioned above, they can avoid allergies. So, can I use medicine if I have allergies during pregnancy? Medication is the most effective treatment for allergies, but if you are allergic during pregnancy, it is best to take medication under the guidance of a doctor instead of taking medication rashly by yourself. But how to prevent allergies? First, maintain hygiene. If you know you are allergic, you must pay attention to environmental hygiene. It is best not to keep pets at home at this time. You should also clean the home diligently and keep it clean to avoid animal hair allergies and dust allergies. Second, avoid contact with allergens. Since you cannot take medicine at will during pregnancy, pregnant mothers must pay attention to all aspects to avoid contact with allergens they already know. You can use an air purifier indoors and wear a mask appropriately when going out. , avoid contact with dust and pollen. Third, pay attention to a balanced diet. If food allergies have already occurred, pregnant mothers should pay special attention to what they eat. They must not eat foods that can cause allergic reactions. Even if they are very greedy, their diet structure needs to be based on their own diet. The taboos should be adjusted in time, which not only ensures nutritional intake, but also better avoids allergic foods. Fourth, try to reduce irritation to the skin as much as possible. After pregnancy, whether you are allergic or not, try to reduce the use of cleaning products, which can easily irritate the skin, especially the skin on the abdomen. If you want to take care of your skin at this time, it is best to use pure products. Natural and non-irritating products. Use warm water when bathing and use natural non-irritating body lotion after bathing. Finally, if you are allergic to these problems during pregnancy, it is recommended to go to the hospital immediately to avoid worsening of allergic symptoms and affecting the health of yourself and your baby.

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