8 wks pregnant. Severe asthma. Dr prescribed me Singulair, (montelukast) Prednisone, Amoxicillin & my Albuterol inhaler. Is all this actually safe for my baby?

Medications in preg. generally speaking all those medicines you mention are class B which indicates safety in pregnancy. I would discuss with your obstetrician to make sure they don't feel an alternative is necessary, but generally speaking they should be fine.

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