Does weed really hurt an unborn child?
No. Once the child is born to an unmarried couple, paternity needsto be established before a child support petition can be filed. Itcan be the voluntary acceptance of the male… involved or in disputedcases a paternity test (usually DNA rather than a blood test) mustbe done.
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It can indeed hurt the unborn child. Most pregnant women do not smoke nor do they drink much alcholol during pregnancy. This enables the unborn child to get healthy and strong…, and makes the change of giving birth to an unhealthy child significantly smaller. The same goes for steroids -- it would be un-advisable to use them during pregnancy. In fact, I would not recommend anyone to use them at all .
No, a father smoking marijuana will not hurt an unborn child. Themother should do her best to stay out of the room, but the fathersmoking will not hurt.
The unborn child is protected from a lot of thing by the placenta, however if you have an infection in any part of your body you should get it seen to,especially if you are pr…egnant. Little problems can turn into big ones especially when you are pregnant,
Only if he's the baby's Father. BTW, my choice of friends changed the moment my child was born. You might want to line up some better role models for your little one.
A pap smear will not cause a problem during pregnancy. It is anormal part of prenatal care.
depends. are you male or female? I was recently reading an article online about the chemical that "activates" sperm inside a woman's body, and it said that marijuana contains …a chemical similar to it-so, in a male, his sperm may be prematurely activated and could lead to infertility because the sperm start swimming while they are still inside him, not the woman. so, if you're male, you might never end up with an unborn child to even worry about. if you're female, I'm not sure BUT-if smoking cigarettes can harm an unborn child by lowering the amount of oxygen it receives because the mother is smoking instead of breathing, I imagine it could have the same effects. if you're trying to get pregnant, I would say don't smoke anything or drink alcohol, because during the earliest part of pregnancy you won't know that you're pregnant yet, so you could harm a baby you don't even know you have. better safe than sorry.
Employers of radiographers may let employees decide if they want to declare pregnancies. Overexposure may lead to: â¢ malformation of the fetus â¢ leukemia and ot…her childhood cancers â¢ possible gene mutations Standards organizations say that a fetus shouldn't be exposed to more than 5 rad or .5 rem during a pregnancy. According to an article by a radiation oncology administrator, "In most cases, radiation workers can continue their present job with no change in duties and still meet the dose limit for the embryo/fetus." He goes on to state that "no significant risk is likely at doses below established occupational dose limits." The amount of radiation a female radiographer is exposed to regularly at work (the occupational dose) is likely safe, but knowing the risks and discussing them with an employer is important.
Depends entirely on of what the 1000 mg is the measure.
Morphine is not safe for use during pregnancy as . the medication increased the risk of various birth defects, such as cranial defects and skeletal problems. If you take th…e drug during the later stages of pregnancy, it may cause narcotic withdrawal in the infant after delivery, leading to symptoms such as fast breathing, vomiting, and fever. If you happen to be taking this drug and you become pregnant, make sure to talk to your healthcare provider. [...] Morphine is an active ingredient of many preseused in many prescription pain and cough medications. Based on reports of rare problems in humans, the drug may not be safe for use during pregnancy.. Other side effects of morphine withdrawl for the kid after birth could include . Hyperactive reflexes . Fast breathing . Irritability and excessive crying . Shakiness (tremors) . Increased stools . Sneezing . Yawning . Vomiting . Fever.
While there are no conclusive studies done on the subject, it is conjectured that marijuana used during pregnancy may cause chemical addiction, low birth weight, neurological …damage, and/or birth defects in fetuses and infants. Most sates in the USA require drug tests of new born infants shortly after birth and some require drug tests of pregnant mothers.
YES! Spray paint has lots of fumes that should not be inhaled ESPECIALLY when pregnant!
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Pap smears are a normal part of prenatal care. They pose no dangerto the pregnancy.
hi i just found out im having a baby an i was prego when i was takeing medroxypr can it hurt my baby and i did not know i was prego at the time i was takeing it