Most asthma medications are safe to take in pregnancy. These include preventer (inhaled steroid) and reliever inhalers, steroid tablets and montelukast. If your asthma is well controlled and you continue to take your asthma treatment regularly, there is little or no risk to your baby. It is important to discuss any changing asthma symptoms and medications with your GP, asthma nurse or hospital consultant as soon as possible.
There are things you can do to help manage your condition during pregnancy, such as:
Asthma and Lung UK include information on managing your asthma and pregnancy (Click here)
NHS Choices Website (click here)