They are coughing, flabby, running their noses, or just not breathing. Allergiбsok. They want children, but they are afraid that the little ones will move in the same way as them, the parents. Can something be done against it or is it "fateful"?Families of families suffering from allergic diseases have been coveted by the desire to protect their children from their own grievances, which are not lacking. Is it possible to do something, the request always sounds. What is the value of having an allergic reaction in your child?
It is known from international surveys that allergy is genetically determined. If the family has no allergic disease, the chances of the child becoming allergic are only 10-15%. If one of the parents is undergoing treatment for an allergy, 20 to 40% of them may have such a symptom, and if both parents, or even one of the siblings, are allergic, the likelihood of developing the disease is doubled.
Is it fateful to pass on allergies to our children?