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Smoke Cigarettes Pregnant
DO NOT VAPE: If you are pregnant you should not smoke OR vape. Even though ecigarettes contain less toxic compounds, they still contain compounds which will effect your pregnancy such as nicotine. While ecigarettes maybe safer than cigarettes in general -- NOT SO in pregnancy -- Don't do either when pregnant. ...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
Do you think will be healthy? I found out 3months ago that im pregnant and i was in a household who smoked cigareets well now i moved in with my mom and eating better and not around smoke.
I : I am glad to hear you moved to a healthier environment. I do not think you should worry. The effects of second hand smoke on a pregnant women are far less compared to you actually doing the smoking. Continue to live a healthy lifestyle and take the vitamins as prescribed by your doctor. I wish you a happy and healthy pregnancy. ...Read more
Yes: There is definitely concern for 2nd hand smoke when women are pregnant. Obviously, definitely not as unhealthy as smoking yourself, but most physicians are going to recommend that you avoid 2nd hand smoke when pregnant. If someone near you is smoking indoors, you can ask politely if they would smoke outside. If you are outside, obviously, consider moving away from the smoke. Hope that helps ...Read more
Im 26 weeks pregnant and went from smoking a pack of cigerettes a day to not smoking at all. Im wondering if thatll hurt my baby?
Yes!!!: Secondhand smoke can cause very serious problems to your baby, including significantly increased risk of stillbirth and birth defects. Do everything possible to minimize your exposure to secondhand smoke! see http://thechart.Blogs.Cnn.Com/2011/03/07/pregnant-women-secondhand-smoke-can-harm-your-unborn-baby/ also, it increases risk of your children having behavioral problems! see comment:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: No. Don't smoke any at all.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 27 years old, i smoked 2-3 cigarettes daily for 2 months, now i quit. After 1 year will it be a problem for me to become pregnant?
I smoked for 2 months around 2-3 cigarettes per day and now i quit. I am 27 years old. Will this affect my pregnancy after a year from now?
How likely is it to get pregnant with someone who smokes weed/cigarettes & drinks almost every other day? Give me accurate percentage, a straight answ
Likely: While there are studies that suggest a possible decrease in fertility with all those drugs, don't count on it. If there is not some other infertility problem, you have an 80-90% chance of pregnancy within a year, with regular sex. However nice he might be, drinking is not the best way to approach having a baby and getting good support. Use birth control (imo). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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