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I was impressed that there was something I could take as I was expecting to be sent home with nothing as I thought all antihisthamines were banned in pregnancy.
Boots Pharmacist Angela Chalmers recommends some non-medicinal remedies that might help reduce hay fever symptoms: "Sometimes pregnancy can bring these conditions on, something that you may never have had before.
"My doctor prescribed me Piriton (chlorphenamine) when I was suffering badly with hayfever earlier in the year," says Beemummy.
"She said not to take any of the ones you buy over the counter especially the one-a-day ones.
The head is titled on one side and the rinse is poured through one nostril until it comes out of the other one.
Some people can’t cope with this and others find it soothing.
There is also a liquid gel called Prevalin which you spray up your nose - but make sure you check in the mirror - this can often leave white blobs visible in your nose!
I hope that this brief note is helpful and I hope you will forgive me mentioning my own product in the middle.
I think I might've irritated my wind pipe with excessive sneezing and now have a wheeze/cough. Because of the difficulty in conducting double blind placebo controlled trials on pregnant women there is no evidence to show that any of the medications are safe (or not), and traces of them have been shown to cross the placenta and they have been found in breast milk.
"I went to docs today re hayfever as I normally take cetirizine and was told to avoid it during pregnancy.
Doctor wasn't helpful and was very reluctant to give me anything," shares mummypiglit.
For example, you may get an allergic reaction to: Antihistamines can help ease these symptoms.
Because they help dampen the immune response (see How do antihistamines work, below), they can be used to help treat skin conditions such as hives (urticaria), eczema and dermatitis.