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Can my allergies & asthma go away after I am pregnant?
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
15 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Allergic sensitivities often change in association with changes in hormones.
The most common is during adolescence, but also after a pregnancy, and sometimes after menopause. Unfortunately, they can go either way - they may get better or may get worse - and there's no way to tell which way it'll go with any given individual.

In brief: Yes
Allergic sensitivities often change in association with changes in hormones.
The most common is during adolescence, but also after a pregnancy, and sometimes after menopause. Unfortunately, they can go either way - they may get better or may get worse - and there's no way to tell which way it'll go with any given individual.
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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
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Dr. Vijay Saigal
Internal Medicine
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In brief: 30% chance
During pregnancy 1/3 get better with their asthma, 1/3 stay the same and another 1/3 get worse.

In brief: 30% chance
During pregnancy 1/3 get better with their asthma, 1/3 stay the same and another 1/3 get worse.
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