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Doctor insights on: Should I Be Concerned If I Breathe Wood Smoke From A Fire While Pregnant

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Dr. Brad Goldenberg
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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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It's it okay for a pregnant women to breath in rubber smoke??

It's it okay for a pregnant women to breath in rubber smoke??

Probably not: as it is not known what chemical compounds are in the smoke it would be unwise to subject yourself or an unborn baby to the rubber smoke. ...Read more

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Hi doc my wife is 27 weeks pregnant & struggling with shortness of breath plus pain in lower abdomen. Should we be concerned?

Hi doc my wife is 27 weeks pregnant & struggling with shortness of breath plus pain in lower abdomen. Should we be concerned?

Get her seen ASAP: It sounds concerning. I am not sure how long she has been having these symptoms, but she should get them checked out asap. Young and healthy women should not be struggling with shortness of breath at 27 weeks. Call her doc now. Good luck. ...Read more

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33 weeks pregnant with shortness of breath/difficulty breathing and numbness in my arm and shoulder. Shoul I be concerned?

33 weeks pregnant with shortness of breath/difficulty breathing and numbness in my arm and shoulder. Shoul I be concerned?

Yes: Go to your maternal fetal unit for assessment. Once they have evaluated you they can make a better decision about how serious this is. All the best. ...Read more

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Asthma attack during a run in the middle of the woods. Sx: shortness of breath, wheezing (in/out), coughing. Stop or run out of woods? No inhaler.

Asthma attack during a run in the middle of the woods. Sx: shortness of breath, wheezing (in/out), coughing. Stop or run out of woods? No inhaler.

Stop and walk out&: Stop and walk out of the woods, and go directly to where your inhalers and/or nebuliser are.If you can not get to it, go to the nearest emergency department. You need a bronchodilator and inhaled or oral steroids. ...Read more

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