Yes - a miscarriage is very possible under these circumstances.
A miscarriage is when the Baby dies inside the Pregnant womans womb. Thyere are a few reasons to how this can happen. Smoking and drinking alcohol is one of them
yes you can back in February i had a miscarriage and the doctor told me it could of been the smoking i had no idea i was pregnant i had found out to late
It can cause harm to the fetus. I had a miscarriage from smoking.
don't worry it's just a dream you and your baby will be fineAnother answer:Every pregnant woman has the fear of miscarriage in the back of her mind. Your subconscious is expressing that fear through dreams. You can utilize that warning as encouragement to get prenatal checkups, take your prenatal vitamins, eat right, and avoid every risk factor such as smoking and drinking.If a pregnant woman did take unnecessary risks such as smoking or drinking alcohol while pregnant, her subconscious might very well alert her to the danger through dreams of miscarriage.
Smoking period can cause a miscarriage. All of the toxins in the cigarettes are terrible on a fetus. Quitting smoking is a very hard thing to do, but if you 're pregnant, do it for your baby.
ive been tring to get pregnant an my spouse believes me drinking occasionally an smoking ciggrattes is the reason i wont get pregnant but i been pregnant 3 times an misscarriage one time
yes. this can seriously damage you and ur baby
Because you will have small or IUGR babies.
Smoking and drinking are both harmful while you are pregnant. These activities can compromise your baby's development and may lead to defects.
No. Although it's not a good idea really to be smoking anything when you're pregnant, it would not cause a miscarriage. Why anyone would want to smoke the seeds though is beyond me?
Most statistics say that up until 12 weeks pregnant, the chances of a miscarriage are up to 20%, or higher with people who have had past miscarriages, or are at a high risk for miscarriages. Lifestyle factors such as smoking, drinking, or using recreational drugs can also increase your chances of having a miscarriage. After 12 weeks though, the chances of having a miscarriage drop to less than 5% if the doctor has seen a healthy heartbeat.
It can hurt the development of the baby. Babies to smoking moms are often smaller at birth and develop slower than babies from non-smoking moms.