If your pregnant you shouldn't have any alchool. You never know what is developing at that time. If you were drinking when your baby is developing a nose, eyes, mouth, brain, any part of the body you could mess it up. things won't develop the way they are supposed to. But i guess it just a roll of the dice...wether or not anything is developing...and no one can tell you what exactally is forming on what day...are you willing to take that chance?
Answer 2: Children whose mothers drank even moderates amount of alcohol during pregnancy can suffer from diasabilities, including behavioral problems and learning deficits. You don't have to be an alcoholic to hurt your baby remarks Professor Ann Streissguth, of the fetal alcohol and drug unit at the University of Washington, "you just have to be drinking enough and pregnant." No minimal dose has ever been established below which there are no risks. The wisest course for women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy may be not to drink any alcohol at all. See Jehovah's Witnesses official website 10/8/05 Awake under Alcohol Misuse and Health.
Alcohol consumption anytime in a pregnancy is dangerous to the fetus
Very unlikely this would have any effect on the baby if it was a few drinks and a one time thing only. However, alcohol can have serious effects on a fetus, specially in the first three months while the babies major organs are being formed, so it is usually recommended that pregnant woman not drink at all during pregnancy.
Yes everything you put into your body affects the fetus one way or another. Drugs, drinking and smoking are the worse. They will affect the development of the baby and may cause brain damage and other problems.
Roughly around 16 weeks of pregnancy with a first
it is called a fetus
The embryo develops into a fetus after the first 10 weeks of pregnancy.
All organs of the Fetus are formed during first three months of Pregnancy. So drugs taken during this period have high chances of 'Structural' damage to the Fetus. Afterward 'Functional' damage can occur.So your Doctor will be very careful about drugs given in First Trimester ofPregnancy.
miscarriage, stillbirth, or damage to the fetus during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
Excessive alcohol consumption, especially during the first trimester, has the potential to cause fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS).
Most MD's now agree it is alright to consume alcohol in moderation. Limited cocaine use has not been fully tested but everyday use is very harmful. yes. == Yes - most definately!! The first three months of pregnancy is the most important for development - you should not use/drink at all during a pregnancy - period.
No first the stomach get fat to protect the fetus.
No, you shouldn't drink any alcohol during pregnancy. Drinking alcohol, even in small amounts, can increase risk of birth defects or miscarriage - risks are higher in the first three months of pregnancy.
during the first three months of pregnancy
Any substance that the mother consumes is going to wind up in her blood stream, and it will pass through the placenta to the fetus. The development of the fetus is at its most sensitive during the first trimester, and toxic substances such as alcohol can cause abnormalities.
the first trimester
The first trimester ends at week 13, when the developing embryo becomes a fetus.
Most women carrying HSV never have recognizable symptoms; however a first episode of genital herpes during pregnancy can be passed to the fetus and may cause premature birth.
The experiment you describe is unethical for two reasons. In the first place, the fetus in question is a human being who will have a greatly reduced quality of life as a result of the fetal alcohol syndrome that you caused by means of your experiment, which is a violation of human rights. In the second place, the experiment is entirely unnecessary, since there are lots of irresponsible women who have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol while pregnant and have given birth to babies who suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome, so we already know what the medical consequences are, of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
No, the baby breathes in the air for the first time after birth.
The definition of early pregnancy is known as the first trimester. The duration of the first trimester is 12 weeks, and includes conception, implantation, development of the embryo and development of the fetus.