How does an X-ray damage an unborn baby?
X-rays are high energy particles that can easily damage the nucleus of a cell. In an adult, there are enough cells that a few damaged ones are not a problem. In a fetus, any cellular damage might lead to birth defects. This is why ultrasound is used for imaging unborn children. If you have had an X-ray of any kind when you did not realize you were pregnant, inform your doctor.
Different types of X-rays have different amounts of radiation. Medical x-rays use very small amounts of radiation. If you're in needs of an X-ray so your doctor can properly treat you, you should have the X-ray.
Typically yes. The main concern is that the radiation from Xrays have been associated with an increased risk of cancer and diseases for the unborn baby. Although it is not certain if you can avoid it, do. It is VERY important to notify anyone who may be performing an Xray that you may be pregnant before the Xray.
Which kind of psychiatry will never harm any unborn baby ever and which kind has already severely violated the rights of many unborn baby human beings?
The illegal drug can get into the unborn fetus and cause brain damage or other bad things. Pregnant gals need to remember that whatever they put into their bodies for food or otherwise is also being transmitted to the unborn baby. Same is true for cigarette smoke or even vaping ... anything inhaled can also affect the unborn fetus.
The Nasciturus Fiction is a legal fiction. It has to do with courts of law. It basically states that if an unborn child suffers damage then after that child suffers damage and still has that damage, then the person inflicting that damage is responsible for that damage. Thus, say a man has two children and a pregnant wife and is injured. Then when the baby is born, the nasciturus fiction changes the court decision to…
Well, you can, but it's not a good idea. The mother and the unborn baby share blood, so pretty much anything the mother gets the baby picks up too. No one really knows where the "safe" limit is before the baby begins to suffer damage from the alcohol. Seems like an unfair and rather selfish risk to expose an unborn kid to, doesn't it?