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well smoking i one of the causes of SIDS if you don't know what that is, it is sudden infant death syndrome. but it unlikely for you baby to die that after he/she reaches 6 weeks old... but smoking around a four month old child could cause breathing problems and such but i shouldn't hurt if you take it outside to smoke just use hand sanitizer or something
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Yes. Babies exposed to tobacco smoke have an increase risk of cot death and are more susceptible to colds, asthma, glue ear, chest and ear infections.
What are the chances of becoming pregnant again at forty years old and have a four and a half month old baby?
Zero. Even if you delivered on January 2nd (while 40), after 4.5 months there would only be 7.5 months left in the year. This is not enough time to become pregnant again… and to have another 4.5 month old child before you turn 41.
I asked my midwife about this just after my first scan. I was told that it's safe to dye hair all the way throughout pregnancy, however it may not have the desired colour du…e to hormones ect. I would suggest going to a hairdresser is you are going to have it done... it's a lot more comfortable than bending over the side of a bath to rinse! especially with a bump!
an infant up to would have a blood pressue of 80/45 mm Hg
Smoking has harmful chemicals called nicotine and carbon monoxide. These chemicals make the mother's blood less able to carry oxygen and food to the baby. When You Smoke Duri…ng PregnancyThere is a greater chance for miscarriageYou may have a small, sick babyYour baby may be at greater risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)Your baby may be earlier than expectedYour baby may be at greater risk of being born with a cleft palate Did You Know...After just one day of not smoking, your baby will get more oxygen. Each day that you don't smoke you are helping your baby grow!Inhaling secondhand smoke can be just as harmful to your baby as smoking. If you partner or someone you live with smokes, talk about ways to make your home smoke free.It is a myth that quitting smoking while pregnant will cause too much stress fro your baby. It is more stressful to your body and more harmful to you and your baby to continue smoking. d u m b a s s obviously it does!
Yes it can harm an unborn baby causing a lot lower baby mass and/or could cause the child to develop or have asthma.
Yes it will harm the baby. Being around smoke can cause asthma which is a life-threatening condition. It can also cause cancer.
NO smoke should be inhaled by the baby at all. Its more harmful to the baby to breathe it in than to the person who is smoking...which is stupid.
Omg, yes. It can effect a baby very badly, in fact, it can die in your womb from smoking, drinking, etc. Please, if you are pregnant and are a smoker, I beg of you to try your… hardest to stop it.
Probably yes, any second hand smoke marijuana or tobacco is not good for a baby.
It iss recommended to start feeding an infant solid foods (baby food) at 6 months. Before then, Their stomachs are week and it make it tough for them to digest the foods.
We know that if a pregnant woman smokes tobacco there is a harmful effect on the development of the baby, since nicotine constricts blood vessels and blood flow is reduced, an…d carbon monoxide in the smoke also reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. With marijuana, the canabinoids are not as dangerous as nicotine would be, however, you still have carbon monoxide in the smoke. I would advise against it.
All smoking during a pregnant is harmful and when the child is born it will be exposed to second hand smoke. I suggest quitting as soon as possible to protect your kid.
0-5 Grams, would be called a hatchling. 5-10 Grams would be a baby. 10-30 Grams would be a sub adult. 30+ would be an adult
Secondhand smoke is terrible for anyone, and even more so for a baby or young child. SIS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) has ties to secondhand smoke. Asthma and allergy deve…lopment have ties to exposure to secondhand smoke. As a baby's lungs are developing, exposure to the carcinogens in secondhand smoke can lead to serious health consequences.