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Ok I've been kinda worried because I found out im bout 2mos. Pregnant and I've been riding roller costers a lot during the 2mos isnt that bad for thebaby?
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Dr. Pam Yoder
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
11 doctors agree
In brief: We just don't know
There has been little research on the effects on the human embryo or fetus of rapid acceleration/deceleration with ascent/descent.
It is not possible to say a baby exposed to those physical conditions will be normal; we cannot even say that about a baby not exposed to those changes. What women should do if they think or know they are pregnant is ask an OB doctor before engaging in unusual things.

In brief: We just don't know
There has been little research on the effects on the human embryo or fetus of rapid acceleration/deceleration with ascent/descent.
It is not possible to say a baby exposed to those physical conditions will be normal; we cannot even say that about a baby not exposed to those changes. What women should do if they think or know they are pregnant is ask an OB doctor before engaging in unusual things.
Dr. Pam Yoder
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Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Don't worry
The fetus evolves well protected, floating in a sack of water (the amniotic fluid) which easily fends off most physical forces impacting a mom's body.

In brief: Don't worry
The fetus evolves well protected, floating in a sack of water (the amniotic fluid) which easily fends off most physical forces impacting a mom's body.
Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
Dr. Jeoffry Gordon
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Dr. John Weeks
probably not a treatment for morning sickness!
Dr. Louise Andrew
...but it is time to start thinking about protecting yourself AND the baby now that you are going to be a mom. Please don't drink, smoke, or do any drugs at all for his or her sake. And see a doctor for your checkups and vitamins and to make sure everything is going well.
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