As you should know, breathing chemicals while not pregnant is not good. Therefore, it is even worse to expose your unborn baby to harsh chemicals. Just remember, you are the life support that your baby is living on and whatever you put into your body is what also enters the body of your baby... whether it may be by eating or breathing.
Age does affect the exposure to chemicals. Babies and children generally have a higher risk of negative effects due to the exposure of harmful chemicals. An unborn fetus is the most susceptible. This is due to the fact that their organs are not fully developed.
Harmful chemicals or viruses that can be transferred from a mother to her developing fetus are called teratogens.
Getting a tattoo while pregnant can be very risky. The chemicals in the ink can affect your baby during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. The chemicals can be dangerous to the fetus.
No, it does not.
Some chemicals can cross the blood barrier between the uterus and the fetus and enter the umbilical cord. This is sometimes due to a high concentration of chemicals such as alcohol, or in heavy metal poisoning.
Yes males consumption of alcohol affect the fetus later in life
Air pollution, food pollution and rarely water pollution can affect the fetus adversely.
The chemicals can be absorbed by the mother and transferred to the fetus. The chemicals can have a major impact on the development of the child and cause birth defects. The full impact is not known, other than it has never been good.
Yes it can and it cannot. Due to the chemicals that are present in alcohol, a shrinkage of blood occurs within the fetus. This can quite possibly cause a miscarriage or some affect on the birthing period.
From conception to birth.
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