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Can I dye my hair while 7 months pregnant?

Can I dye my hair while 7 months pregnant?

Yes: It is safe to use highlights and most professional hair dyes while pregnant. It is safest to limit exposure as much as possible and process your hair in a well-ventilated area. ...Read more

Dr. Shari Jackson
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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Can I dye my hair while pregnant?

Can I dye my hair while pregnant?

Hair dye: Yes, as far as we know , placing color on your hair is safe for your baby. ...Read more

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I'm not sure how many weeks I'm pregnant of months but I do know I am is it bad if I dye my hair?

I'm not sure how many weeks I'm pregnant of months but I do know I am is it bad if I dye my hair?

PREGNANT DYEING HAIR: I DO NOT THINK THAT DYEING HAIR WILL CAUSE ANY PROBLEMS FOR THE UNBORN BABY. WHY DONT YOU ASK YOUR OBSTETRICIAN? ...Read more

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Am 13 weeks and 6days pregnant can I dye my hair?

Am 13 weeks and 6days pregnant can I dye my hair?

Yes: There is no evidence that hair dye used in hair dyes today has any effect on pregnancy. Pregnant hair dressers work with it all the time. I am an obstetrician and colored my hair during pregnancy...(he's 15 and as normal as any 15 year old boy... Not sure that's terribly reassuring! lol). ...Read more

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I'm 15 weeks pregnant, can I dye my hair ?

I'm 15 weeks pregnant, can I dye my hair ?

Most would say it is: safe. There seems to be differing opinions regarding use of hair dye while pregnant. Some doctors indicate that it's likely safe (especially after 1st trimester). Other doctors recommend no unnecessary contact w chemicals during pregnancy. I would be concerned w bleaching before hand & products w ammonia, peroxides & other chemical ingredients. ...Read more

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Can i dye my hair in the first trimester of pregnancy?

Can i dye my hair in the first trimester of pregnancy?

Probably: Why not wait until about 14 weeks after the baby has formed most of its organs. Dyeing your hair once or twice during the pregnancy is no problem. But the dyeing chemicals can get into your system through your scalp skin. Why take a chance? ...Read more

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Im 36 weeks pregnant; can I dye my hair or have highlights done?

Im 36 weeks pregnant; can I dye my hair or have highlights done?

Please ask your OB: At 36 weeks and way before all ?S like this should be directed to your OB 1st ! that is part of your ob's job to answer all ?S u have, if u were my pt, i would say yes. ...Read more

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Is it ok to dye my hair while pregnant?

Yes: The hair dye isn't absorbed into your system and shouldn't cause any problems. ...Read more

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Is it okay to dye my hair while pregnant?

Is it okay to dye my hair while pregnant?

Controversial: This is controversial. Conventional thinking is that any exposure to chemicals is not a good idea during pregnancy. The companies would like you to continue using their "safe" products of course. My suggestion is to avoid anything chemical during a pregnancy. Personal vanity sometimes should take a back seat to making the beautiful child inside. ...Read more

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Will I be able to dye my hair while I'm pregnant?

Will I be able to dye my hair while I'm pregnant?

Uncertain: There seems to be differing opinions regarding the use of hair dye while pregnant. Some doctors indicate that it is likely safe (especially after first trimester). Other doctors recommend no unnecessary contact with chemicals during your pregnancy. I would be concerned w bleaching before hand & ammonia, peroxides & other chemical ingredients. Wish there were some good studies to refer to. ...Read more