Breathing for baby

The effects of asthma can worsen during pregnancy and an attack can put your baby in danger by reducing the oxygen it receives from its mother. Pregnant women who have properly controlled asthma generally have normal pregnancies with little or no increased risk to themselves or their developing babies.

Causes

  • Check Airborne substances
  • Check Respiratory infections
  • Check Physical activity

Symptoms

  • Check Preeclampsia
  • Check Pregnancy-induced hypertension
  • Check Uterine hemorrhage
  • Check Preterm labor

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