Some environmental pollutants may be harmful to a developing baby. Here's a list of them: Lead: In gasoline, water pipes, solders, storage batteries, construction material, paints, dyes and wood preservatives. Mercury: Fish contaminated with mercury have been linked to cerebral palsy and microcephaly. PCBs: Once again found in fish, birds. Limit your intake of fish while you are pregnant. Pesticides: Human exposure to pesticides is common because they are used extensively. Those of most concern contain several agents - DDT, chlordane, heptachlor and lindane. There are a number of harmful agents to avoid while you are pregnant. A book that I got when I was pregnant is called "Your Pregnancy Week by Week" and it is very informative for this type of question. I hope the information I provided was what you were looking for and I hope you found it useful. Stacey
Pregnant women or those who could possibly be pregnant should not have a CT scan unless the diagnostic benefits outweigh the risks. Pregnant patients should particularly avoid full body or abdominal scans.
Drugs that act directly on the renin-angiotensin system can cause fetal and neonatal morbidity and death when administered to pregnant women.
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Women have period every month if the are not pregnant. Since the "blood" from the period is used to be the nutrients for the embryo, so if a woman is not pregnant, those "blood" which should be used as nutrients will come out from her body as period because it's not used.
one thing a pregnant women should never touch is kitty litter, this is due to toxoplasmosis, a parasite that is present in used litter and can be fatal to a fetus. also certain prescription drugs should not be handled by pregnant women. When in doubt, check with your Doctor or health care provider.
Yes, used motor oil contains toxins such as benzene, lead, arsenic, zinc, and cadmium. Anyone should handle used motor oil with care. A pregnant woman should not get near used motor oil.
Pinellia should not be used by pregnant women, those suffering from blood disorders, particularly if there is bleeding, fever or conditions which cause heat in the body.
Carbocisteine should not be used in pregnancy. Instead you can use bromhexine. It is safe in pregnancy.
This procedure should not be done on women who suspect they might be pregnant or who may have a pelvic infection. Women who have had an allergic reaction to dye used in previous x-ray procedures should inform their doctor.
Yes. It is safe to be used in pregnancy.
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