The German Society for Allergy and Asthma issued a medical report warning pregnant women about the effect of taking asthma and allergy medications during pregnancy, as these drugs pose a risk to the fetus. The report stated that a pregnant woman's taking asthma and allergy medications during
pregnancy may cause the following: Delayed fetal growth. Premature birth. Low blood sugar level. Fetal high blood pressure. The German Society for Allergy and Asthma advised in its report, to try to avoid taking asthma and allergy medications during pregnancy, and to replace them with prevention, such as avoiding going out during the seasons of pollen spread, avoiding exposure to dust and wind, closing windows and doors well, and not being exposed to any substances that cause allergic irritation. In the event of a severe asthma attack, taking treatment, whether it is tablets or sprays, becomes less harmful, but it should take place under close medical supervision, to reduce the severity of the crisis on the mother, and to maintain the health of the fetus at the same time.