as a flight attendant, we have the highest amount of miscarriages in any industry. my book on becoming pregnant tells 3 different times how hard it is to become pregnant while flying a lot in the airplane. after being off work for 2 months, i just now became pregnant, and i know this info is in the pilots association web site. our union wont print the radiation chart for the f/a s to see. if you know a pilot, ask him to print it up, you wouldn't believe how much radiation is up there on a plane. im going to find a pilot friend, and ask him to do this, will get back to you with more statistics. tAnswerhttp://www.hps.org/publicinformation/ate/faqs/pregnancyandflying.HTML
this web site has good information and the risk is very very very....... small for the occasional flyer. the radiation is typical cosmic radiation the kind you get from just stepping outside on a sunny day.the closer you get to the sun the greater the radiation. read the site
can codeine effect the fetus
1. Fire. 2. Agitated and aggressive wildlife. 3. Lightening. 4. Nuclear Radiation.
Radiation can harm your body
they are passed to the fetus and cause imbalanced compounds that effect DNA
No, typically sex after fertilization does not harm the fetus. The only time it may is if you are suffering from a condition called placenta previa.
The fetus is not in the bowel, so, no. If the fetus has been borne, then still, no.
Yes. Anything you smoke the fetus smoke and getting a fetus high is a really bad idea.
Not really. These small ailments usually will not harm the fetus. Only diseases like rubella can harm the fetus.
Crying cannot harm your fetus. However, excessive sadness can harm you, and you are needed unharmed to care for your child. Find some help to deal with your sadness and feel better.
No, they are safe.
It may not harm the fetus but will harm YOU for sure. Say NO to 'drugs'.
Many things can harm the unborn fetus including, but not limited to, alcohol, illicit drugs, prescription and non-prescription medication, infections, trauma, and smoking.
Radiation will always harm people no matter where they are, as it causes cancer.
We can harm it by polluting. For example, cars, littering, and airplanes are a few ways we can harm ecosystems.
Absolutely YES! Substances of good/bad can be transported from what is inhale by the mother to the fetus by the process of "blood flow from the mother to the fetus" or entering the umbilical cord to the fetus .
Ultraviolet, X-rays, and Gamma rays for sure, but even infrared radiation, at very high intensities, could cause harm (burning) to living human tissue.
Severe-enough allergies can lead to other health problems, such as those of the heart, if left untreated. This, in turn, would harm the fetus more than a medication would.
over a long period of time it can harm you
From physical harm: the mother's body and fluids around it.
That depends on type of radiation, dosage, and area exposed.