The more a pregnant woman feels cold or becomes a victim of a viral infection, the higher the risk of having a child with asthma, the experts warn. The influence of viruses and bacteria on the body of the mother directly affects the prenatal environment, writes Health India.
And these changes lead to the further development of allergies and asthma in the child. If this baby is soon to face dust allergens or dandruff dusts, then up to five years old, it's possible that she will develop hypersensitivity, says allergist Mitch Grayson of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
"The analysis of dust mites from the mattress of the mother and the child also made it possible to draw interesting conclusions.
If a child is more likely to be exposed to ticks than with bacteria, then it will have an allergy to dust mites. When it comes to bacteria, it does not happen, "says Grayson.