Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

Can the baby go deaf inside your belly if there is loud music playing near you?


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2007-11-11 05:09:51
2007-11-11 05:09:51

Yes, it is possible to damage an unborn's hearing abilities in the womb including complete deafness. Though a single incident of loud music is unlikely to cause deafness. Hearing develops until adolescence.


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