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Does crying or getting mad or arguing affect a baby in first trimester?

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Dr. Carol Peters-tanksley
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Not very likely

Emotional changes during pregnancy are common.
Your hormones are very different than you're used to. Most of the time such emotional difficulties will not affect the baby. However, the better you are able to manage stress during pregnancy, the happier your baby is likely to be later.

In brief: Not very likely

Emotional changes during pregnancy are common.
Your hormones are very different than you're used to. Most of the time such emotional difficulties will not affect the baby. However, the better you are able to manage stress during pregnancy, the happier your baby is likely to be later.
Dr. Carol Peters-tanksley
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