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Is It Safe To Watch Movies In A Loud Theater
I'm pregnant. Is it safe to watch movies at theaters? It gets pretty loud, especially action movies. Last time baby kicked hard when I went. Safe?
Safe!: Baby is underwater in mommy's tummy and the loud noises from the movies will be quite muffled. Watching action movies in a theater will not harm the baby. The noise and activity might wake the baby up so that you feel kicking but this is not a bad thing. Best wishes! ...Read more
Is it safe to watch movies in movie theatres at 28 weeks pregnancy... Does it have any affect on the baby?
Safe.: Pick a movie you think the baby might enjoy. ...Read more
Absolutely: While it may be uncomfortable due to the increased sensitivity to light, no harm can come from using your eyes after dilation. You may not feel safe to drive to the movies, however, so you may want a friend to drive you! ...Read more
No: Watching horror movies will not harm your baby. ...Read more
I m 24 year boy I m married. Me and my wofe watch porn movies than seeing porn movies doing sex. Plz tell me it is safe for me and my wife.?
I am explaining to my daughter 9 years old that u cant watch a movie everynight. Once a week more than enough. She scream loud I hate thaaat. How 2 deal?
You are the parent: So you make the rules. Tell her if she screams she cannot watch a movie even once a week and stick to it. If she continues to scream, send her to her room. Do not allow her to have a TV in her room or any electronics, just books. Hold your ground, children do not want to be able to get their way by screaming. Have her earn the right to the one movie a week by not screaming all week. ...Read more
??: Depends on the person, if it frightens you and you don't enjoy it, don't watch them. But if they thrill you and you enjoy them - no harm done. Have fun! ...Read more
Iam 27 yrs old and iam 16 wks pregnant. Is it ok to watch movies in the theatre? Some say it's not good for foetus to expose to loud noises....
Not a known problem: The baby fetus is "under water", so all sounds are muffled. Watching loud movies should be ok, but if worried, one can watch the quieter movies now, and save the louder ones for next year. ...Read more
Could a tinnitus that I'm just getting from a cold be permanent or get worse if I listen to loud stuff like movie theaters or maybe a a loud tv?
Tinnitus: Hopefully your condition is transient, but unfortunately it could become permanent. ...Read more
I'm currently 21 weeks pregnant. I want to watch this horror movie in theater but I've heard its harmful for the baby to feel anxiety and fear. Is it?
DependsWhatYouwatch: A great idea! Just keep it off your lap. And watch videos about raising a child. Start with "Baby's first Month" on Youtube and go from there. There's a lot to learn and a lot of good info out there. Just stay with those with good sense and not the weird stuff until you are well-grounded in the fundamentals. This is a human life you will now be responsible for, give it your best ...Read more
Yes: There is no contraindication.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had smelly white stool yesterday, it was firm. Today brown, soft. I don't drink alcohol. I ate pizza 3 days this week. No pain, no jaundice, urine normal. I am changing my diet... Is it safe to watch and wait, or should I be seen? What could it be?
Depends on you!: Some women enjoy horror movies, and for those women I think it is fine to watch horror movies while they are pregnant. Other women get bothered by horror movies, so those bothered by them shouldn't watch them. Not because it would cause a pregnancy problem but because it would be stressful. Also some pregnant women find they don't want to see movies with pregnant women with problems. ...Read more
I like watching horror movies, my friends they say it' s not good to watch movies like this when you are pregnant. Is that true?
It is fine: If you enjoy horror films I can't imagine why you should avoid them when pregnant, as long as you avoid physical contact with zombies. ...Read more
My 5yo is just sitting on the couch watching a movie feeling very well, I just checked her pulse and its 120 that seems high?
Normal pulse: A heart rate of 120 is normal in a 5 year old. It is on the high side of normal, but is still entirely normal. Nothing to worry about and nothing that needs any intervention. You need to get a different hobby than checking pulses during movies!! ...Read more
Movies: No evidence to support that.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: You don't say how little the child is or the context. Mr. Roberts did a wonderful show on a dead goldfish was aimed at 5-6 yo. Death happens, and learning about how people deal with it is a task children eventually need to master. Nearly all the disney classics have a death (usually mom) in the plot, if your child watches such fare, be involved & answer question that arise at the level asked. ...Read more
This movie claims that sunscreen is bad: http://www. Youtube. Com/watch? V=snimajagltq. Is it correct or unfounded nonsense? Thanks.
Every time I watch a movie with my girlfriend and were cuddling I can't help but get an erection. How do I keep it under control?
Congratulations!: You're a male and can be sexually aroused. As that ability fades when you're much older, you'll be upset that it's gone. Treasure it while you still have it. ...Read more
Why?: I don't think scary movies are of any good whatsoever. More and more people come with complaints of nightmares, insomnia and phobias as a result of exposure to scary movies. Remember, it is not just you now, it is also your baby is exposed to what you are exposed. He/she doesn't need excessive epinephrine. If you were not you little kids watch them, why would you do that to your fetus? ...Read more
Yes: The interesting range of emotions, fear, generated as you view a movie will produce some hormonal changes in your body & those will be part of babies environment. There is no evidence that this produces anything worst than your bodies response to the stresses of daily living. ...Read more
Not a problem: Most color blind individuals have normal acuity and normal stereoscopic vision. They might miss some of the color spectrum differences but they will see the depth. You might be thinking of the type of 3-D (not used any more in movies) in which a red/green or a red/blue eye glass is used to see the depth. This will still work for a color deficient viewer. ...Read more
Largely unknown: Aside from the anecdotal "born with hair-raised straight up after Psycho while pregnant", not too damaging. However, your adrenaline levels will be experienced by your developing fetus. It is not really known what effects such things have on a baby. It is best to reduce stress and remain as calm as possible, but epinephrine will also rise during exercise, too. ...Read more
Come on now.: Scary movies scare me. I don't like being scared. So, I don't watch scary movies. If you get panic attacks when watching scary movies - rather than trying to change your body's physiology - stop watching horror movies. ...Read more
Can I watch scary movies while pregnant, I've heard it's not recommended. I'm currently 24 weeks?
Probably correct: Scary experiences by a pregnant woman & by anyone, is probably counterproductive. Pregnant mother's thoughts likely arouse physiological responses to fear & high tides of hormones not conducive to feelings of comfort and joy; for mother or child. One of the secrets of life is that our thoughts generate our reality. Seek love and avoid fear (fearful thoughts). ...Read more
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