Opening hours and contact information
We provide information on medications and other external factors that have an adverse impact on fertility, pregnancy and fetal development. We also advise you on all medication issues during breastfeeding. You can contact us when you are only just planning the pregnancy.
We make no comment on how the mother, the pregnancy, or the child are cared for, and we do not prescribe medications. When the service is not open, please contact your local maternity clinic. If you want to talk about exposure and risks at work, please contact your occupational health care service in the first instance.
We can also be contacted by health care professionals, pharmacies, the authorities, and the media. Health care professionals may also contact us with patient-related queries by e-mail at: email@example.com. We do not respond to questions sent by the general public by e-mail.
If you cannot find an answer to your question here, please contact us either by phone or via the chat.
News: Pollen allergy.
Pollen allergy is common but fortunately it is safe to treat allergy symptoms even during pregnancy. The primary choice for local symptoms is a topically administered medicine available in pharmacies over the counter. In oral antihistamines, loratadine or desloratadine are the primary choice, as well as fexofenadine. Cetirizine and levocetirizine are secondary options. Products that are safe to take during pregnancy are also safe to use when you are breastfeeding. Further information on this topic (Allergy and asthma)
News: The coronavirus vaccine and pregnancy
The coronavirus vaccine uses a new vaccine technology not yet tested in pregnant women. Other vaccines currently in use are generally considered safe during pregnancy if they do not contain live pathogens. Read more.