Often colds during pregnancy can trigger asthma in children

indra sebastian By indra sebastian, 15th Feb 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This research found that exposure to a cold virus during pregnancy can affect the health conditions of the uterus.

Be careful, often colds during pregnancy can trigger asthma in children

A recent study says that a pregnant woman who frequently suffer from colds, will increase the risk of her unborn baby to suffer from asthma. This research found that exposure to a cold virus during pregnancy can affect the health conditions of the uterus.

Weak uterus will his health, can weaken the immune system of the fetus. As a result, one of the consequences is the baby will be easily exposed to asthma in later days. So, for pregnant women to always be careful wherever located.

"In addition to these factors, one of the factors triggering asthma is the low level of environmental hygiene of your baby. Dust, animal hair, and lice were able to be a trigger the emergence of allergies and asthma," explained Mitch Grayson, one of the researchers at the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI).

Maintain a healthy body during pregnancy indeed is very important for needed. Because the health of your body will also affect the health of fetus that was conceived. Therefore, avoid everything that could be a trigger factor of health problems including health of pregnant mothers.


Maintain the health of your baby to always be careful if attacked by the disease.

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Asthma, Baby, Diseases, Health Care, Pregnant Women, Womens Health

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
15th Feb 2014 (#)

Will not call it a disease but that on the contrary your lifestyle determines the life of your unborn child's physical self.
None the less, I had a cold whilst pregnant but thankfully my child did not develop any complications mentioned in your articles, touchwood.
You are what you eat, I eat natural foods, don't drink or smoke amongst other things in life. Don't even touch Coke or any of the fizzies as they are the single most cause of asthma because of the triggers in the ingredients.

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