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Sharpie Fumes While Pregnant
No: These are simple chemicals, the same as those of which the body is made. There's no danger to Baby. ...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
More or (less): Inhaling fumes of any kind during pregnancy is best avoided. Oil based paints and enamels are a definite no-no during pregnancy. I am more concerned about ladder balance problems while pregnant more than the latex "fumes" perhaps it would be "less of a concern" if someone else did the work. ...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
No!: With your short exposure, the answer is an absolute: no! it is good that you are aware of second hand smoke exposures. Pahs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons)can be very dangerous to your health, increasing risk of asthma and cancer if prolonged exposure exisits from indoor pollutants like home heating fuels, tobacco smoke, cooking blackened foods, and burning candles and incense. ...Read more
Petrol fumes is harmful to petus.i like the smell very much.i inhale the fumes daily.i am 32 week pregnant.from last 2days I inhale it daily.help me?
??: Strange request! You are definitely exposing your health and your unborn baby to a health hazard, so what kind of help do you need? Just refrain from inhaling the fumes, see your doctor/obsterician, and possibly addiction medicine specialist to help you stop inhaling petrol fumes, wish you and your baby wellness ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
30 weeks pregnant if i apply nail paints and use thinner will the smell harm my baby if i inhale? I heard pregnant women should not use nail paints.
Product safety issue: Generally speaking, the less product into or on your body during pregnancy the better off for your fetus. That being said if you want to have your nails painted i would recommend making it a rare and special event, not weekly, and choose a salon that will be sensitive to your pregnancy by making sure you are not breathing in fumes and using safer products (toluene free products, for example). ...Read more
Can paint fumes cause permanent damage five minutes Exposure? I believe it was latex paint not sure tho in was indoors at apartments
Hi, I am 27 weeks pregnant. I accidently poured bleach into my toilet bowl with urine. Urine contain ammonia. Would it harm my unborn baby?
No: Obviously, this was a mistake without consequences to the fetus at this point. The advice is similar to former President Bill Clinton's response to smoking marijuana, "he didn't inhale" As long as you didn't inhale the vapors for a prolonged period of time and exercised that handle on the side of the toilet to flush, no worries. Please tell your treating OB MD of this question for his/her advice. ...Read more
16 wk pregnant. Exterminator put Advion (indoxacarb) roach bait in kitchen cabinet doors. Removed all food. Still worried if it can affect unborn baby?
No: I would not directly eat the Roach killer and wash your hands after touching the areas treated. Other than that remember it is more important to rid your living area of roaches. ...Read more
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Don't eat it: Vicks vapor rub (camphor, menthol, eucalyptus) used as directed has not been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes. Almost no medicines are known to be definitely safe in pregnancy because no clinical trials can ethically involve pregnant women, but this one is widely considered to be of acceptable risk in pregnancy when needed. Neti pot or steaming up the bathroom/shower is safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Marijuana: Yes. Literature shows marijuana is potentially harmful to embryonic development as early as 2 weeks after conception. In-utero exposure has been linked to anencephaly, a condition in which the forebrain fails to form, as well as with later development of adhd, learning disabilities, memory impairment, depression, and aggression. Pre-1997 no detrimental effects on pregnancy were reported&believed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi, I am 27 weeks pregnant. I accidently poured bleach into my toilet bowl with urine. Urine contain ammonia. Would the bleach and urine interaction harm my unborn baby?
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