i am 12 weeks pregnant and just found out i have a hernia and the pain is getting worse will it effect the pregnancy i am 12 weeks pregnant and just found out i have a hernia and the pain is getting worse will it effect the pregnancy i am 12 weeks pregnant and just found out i have a hernia and the pain is getting worse will it effect the pregnancy
It will not affect the baby.
Pubic lice cause itching for a pregnant woman. They don't affect a baby before birth.
No. It's just skin. It doesn't affect the baby.
If you are pregnant, any amount of alcohol can hurt the baby.
yes it does
a diet can not effect the baby sex. once your pregnant the baby sex is already there
Herpes will not affect the baby in the womb; but it must be delivered c-section or the baby may have serious health consequences.
No, the nicotine will affect the baby.
No. It will however affect the motility of the sperm, making it more difficult to get pregnant.
Yes, anything you ingest will affect the developing fetus.
I think it would only affect the baby if you were the one using steroids. Discuss this with your doctor.
Yes, she was pregnant with twins and wrote the baby into the script when they found out.
A pap smear will not affect the baby at all.
Getting any kind of body modification is NOT reccomended while your are pregnant. Infections may have affect on the baby. If you were to faint due to receiving the piercing, that would cause lack of oxygen to your baby. Also, shock could affect the baby.
She found out she was pregnant in 2007 and she had the baby in 2008.
I don't think plane travels will affect the baby, but a pregnant woman should not stress.
no it have SIDE EFFECTS it could affect the Development of your baby
It's quite improbable.
Not as such , no. It may flatten and even turn inside out while you are pregnant, and a baby newborn may have a little bump from a hernia, but once the Mom delivers her belly button will go back to normal, and the baby's hernia will usually disappear when she starts trying to sit up (doing baby ab crunches).