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Is it ok to take hot baths if your expecting?

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
no you should take warm baths no hot baths..hot baths cause ur inner body temp to go up which isnt good for the baby..it can cause issues witht the unborn baby..ur not supposed to use heating blankets either
3 years ago
no you should take warm baths no hot baths..hot baths cause ur inner body temp to go up which isnt good for the baby..it can cause issues witht the unborn baby..ur not supposed to use heating blankets either
3 years ago
i agree with jessandmike08 you should take warm baths no hot one till u have the baby hot baths are not good for the baby
3 years ago
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3 years ago
This is more and more important as the pregnancy is nearing the end. As it's important throughout too. Another thing to remember too is no hot tubs or saunas as they have the same effect. Warm baths are just as relaxing as hot.

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