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Im Pregnant Could My Hives Affect The Baby
Yes.: During pregnancy, there is a great deal of immune regulation that is changing due to multiple factors which are poorly understood. Some of these changes include triggering or increasing symptoms of asthma, rhinitis and urticaria (hives). Your hives are not harmful to the fetus but if they are causing you discomfort, i would suggest starting with Cetirizine 10mg daily. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
No: Hives are common. 1 in 5 people gets them at some point in their lives. Generally, if not caused by food or drug or bee sting allergy, they are not a sign of a dangerous problem. Unless you have another underlying problem causing the hives, there should be no affect on the fetus. But make sure you tell your ob. ...Read more
Ordered sushi, a California , dragon roll & miso soup. Started getting small hives hours later, a food allergy? I'm 6 weeks pregnant. Is the baby ok?
Im 26 weeks pregnant, i broke out in hives last week, will a lot of benedryl/ zyrtec and cortizone (hydrocortisone) creams affect my unborn baby? My hives burn...
Probably not: Zyrtec is a class b (very safe), Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is category c (safe). Odds are that your baby will be fine. However, simple hives usually itch, not burn. If you need to use a lot of medication without getting adequate relief, go see your obstetrician and/or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Will my chronic urticaria affect my baby? Will it be passed on to it? I am 9 weeks pregnant.
Chronic urticaria: It should not affect the baby. No way to know at this time if it will passed on to your baby. time will tell. ...Read more
Im pregnant 9weeks and i have allergic ..guess its hives..almost everyday...can i take zin tablet 10mg..is there any effect on pregnancy..plz help?
Zin?: Can you provide a generic name for this drug. If you are talking about cetirizine, then it is likely ok since it is considered pregnancy category B in the old FDA classification - the safest rating it can give. As always, the less medication you take , the better off you are during pregnancy especially in the first 20 weeks. ...Read more
I'm a few weeks pregnant and developed a slight sunburn. It now looks like its spreading into little dots all over....Normal? Almost looks like hives
Antihistamines: H1 antihistamines like Zyrtec, Xyzal, (levocetirizine) Claratin are all category B in pregnancy and so assumed to be safe. Also H2 antihistamines like Zantac are Category B as well and we frequently use this combination to treat hives. You should be ok with a regimen like this, but I would see an allergy specialist to help you choose the safest combination of medications. ...Read more
Hives and pregnancy: Hives can occur during pregnancy however, there is typically no direct cause and effect. One disease that is caused by pregnancy and is often mis-diagnosed is pupps (pruritic urticarial plaques and papules of pregnancy) unlike typical hives, pupps does not last less that 24hrs at a single site. ...Read more
Get examined!: If you are pregnant with hives, you need to get examined. Also, you may not have hives but something else. If your reaction is severe, then go to ER or urgent care. If mild, then make appt with your OB/gyn or primary care doc. If you really do have hives, then you might get prescribed steroid pills which can be taken while pregnant. Benadryl, (diphenhydramine) Zyrtec, Claritin or Allegra are all safe in pregnancy. ...Read more
I take Zyrtec once a day everyday for chronic hives. I'm pregnant now, can I continue to take it?
Yes: Pregnancy category B. No known risk to fetus. Generic cetirizine is same, only less expensive. How well does it work? Some people with chronic hives need 2 or 3 a day for control. There is a good chance it will go away in the future. Most chronic urticaria is autoimmune and not allergy. ...Read more
I went for a walk yesterday and had hives all over my body. Now they came back today. No chg in diet or meds. Been ttc. Could i be pregnant?
No: Though hormones have been shown to affect hives, no, Harish, hives are not a reliable indication of pregnancy. I have seen certain women get hives during pregnancy, though. I would ask her to be careful with taking medicine if she is pregnant, especially if she is in the early stages. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ever since I've been pregnant i get hives sometimes after taking a hot shower, is this normal. I also have eczema?
Can happen w pregnan: Hives with hot shower can happen with or without pregnancy, but there is another condition u have got : hypothyroidism, together with the hormonal changes during pregnancy, especially in the last 3 months, can lead to the symptoms described, at any rate pls follow with ur obstetrician who may refer u to an allergist for better control of ur symptoms, . ...Read more
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