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Sharpie Fumes While Pregnant
See below: It is fine, there will not be any problems. ...Read more
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
The material safety data sheet for goof off cleaner states:
"pregnancy: (no risk to embryo/fetus if exposure limits adhered to)" however that does not mean that the chemicals are not hazardous. See:
http://www. Homedepot. Com/catalog/pdfimages/7d/7db5ffbb-7cf2-41ee-b6f6-efee98ba9b19.Pdf. ...Read more
IIIIIIIIII Worried I might be pregnant. I am a welder. Is the fumes from welding going to affect a baby. I?
Welders: Http://www. Welding-rod-dangers. Com/exposure/exposure. Htm. My guess would be the unborn baby would be at risk of neurologic disorders to some degree. Not sure how you could minimize the risk ...Read more
My wife is pregnant (1st month). We are going go to a demolition derby (outside); the fumes can get smelly at times. Will it hurt the baby? I'm crazy!
Is it safe for baby at 23 wks pregnant for me to be in car mechanics place for about an hour smelling fumes, looking at what was wrong with my car?
Exposure to fumes: At 23 weeks, the fetus is formed and protected from inhalation of fumes. Your lungs filter out the fumes and unless you have experienced some symptoms yourself, it is very unlikely your baby has. Make sure you are well hydrated so any chemical byproducts can be more easily excreted through the urine. Your exposure to fumes is minimal as compared to the folks who work there. ...Read more
No: These are simple chemicals, the same as those of which the body is made. There's no danger to Baby. ...Read more
Can I be around paint fumes during my pregnancy? We're repainting our house so can I help my husband?
Latex paint, Yes: Latex paint is water based and soap washable and generally does not produce "fumes" that can harm a pregnancy after the first trimester. I would not expose the pregnancy to oil based paint fumes during any trimester of the pregnancy. I would wear a mask if helping paint with your husband as a further precaution and again not during the first trimester of pregnancy. ...Read more
We live in a small 2 bedroom condo. Is it safe for me to be on the house in another room if I can smell fumes when my husband paints? 28 wks pregnant.
Paint fumes contain toxic substances, among the most well known of which are volatile organic compounds, or VOC's. Pregnant mothers are advised to avoid painting.
Some VOC's have been linked to miscarriage. SEE: http://bit. Ly/1DMwAJr ...Read more
Yes: There are many complex chemicals in gasoline. Most of them are harmful to health in high enough concentrations, but our bodies are able to protect us from damage. A developing fetus can't protect itself, and with some chemicals the mother's systems don't always break the chemicals down completely before the fetus is exposed. So it's best for pregnant mothers to avoid harmful chemicals. ...Read more
I am 5 weeks pregnant, and I am painting the inside of my home. Could my breathing fumes hurt the baby?
Not likely: Keep the room well ventilated and you should be fine. On the other hand, if you do not want paint the room yourself, tell your husband that the doctor said you should not paint! ...Read more
8 weeks pregnant. Cleaned oven last night with regular oven cleaner tonight when I cooked I smelled fumes can I have harmed fetus?
No fuming: No the fumes will not affect the fetus. ...Read more