Allergy In Pregnant Women, Is It Safe For The Fetus?
… I am currently pregnant for 3 months, then I seem to be allergic to all the tuna I have recently consumed, so my skin becomes red rashes like that … before I became pregnant, I have no allergies … that’s how it is … dangerous for health fetus..? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Allergy is a condition when the body secretes various reactions in response to a particular ingredient called an allergen. Allergens can be many types, ranging from various foods, drinks, cosmetics, drugs, animal hair and so forth. Indeed allergies usually arise when children, but in fact allergies can only appear as adults and in some cases can go away on its own without special treatment.
As for your question, it is no problem for pregnant women to experience allergies, this will not harm the fetus. But what can endanger the choice of drugs used to relieve symptoms. Not all drugs are safe for ordinary people, safe for pregnant women. So our advice is that you check your condition with a dermatologist to be clear about the condition of the disease, and tell him that you are pregnant so that the treatment is adjusted.
Meanwhile, avoid consuming foods that can trigger allergies, do not consume drugs without doctor's advice, don't scratch too hard, and still meet nutritional needs as usual. So, hopefully answering your question.