Immunotherapy (Allergy Shots) and Pregnancy
Allergy shots are usually not started for a woman during pregnancy, though there is no medical reason not to do so. The beginning of immunotherapy has the most allergic reactions to the shots (see reactions to shots). If a woman has been receiving immunotherapy and becomes pregnant, she may safely continue the shots during the pregnancy. Immunotherapy has been used for over 75 years and does not harm the baby.