Hay fever rarely affects babies aged under two years, but after that age it becomes more common and often goes hand in hand with other allergies such as asthma and eczema.Snmeezing, watering eyes, snoring and mouth-breathing are all telltale signs
A. Generally, it is best to avoid taking hay fever medicine if you’re expecting. However, the older, sedating antihistamines are usually considered safe during pregnancy but, because they can cause drowsiness, take care.Avoid the newer, non
A survey of over 60,000 mothers from Denmark has revealed that daily consumption of low-fat yoghurt during pregnancy increased the chances of asthma in their children by 1.6 times. It also almost doubled the chances of their children contracting hay
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