Asthma Medications and Pregnancy


By Molly Clifton

Taking asthma medications during pregnancy is good for expectant moms and their babies.

That's according to researchers in England who say poor asthma control can cause hypertension in pregnancy, more c-sections, and low birth weight.

The study also says even though asthma medications can have adverse side effects on women and their babies, it's still safer than not taking them.


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