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A pregnant woman can be exposed to many potentially harmful substances and ingest them in food or drink, or, in some cases, absorb them through the skin. For most hazardous substances, a pregnant woman would have to be exposed to a large amount for a long time in order for them to harm her baby. Most workplaces have preventive measures to help make sure this doesn’t happen. Pregnant women can take steps to help protect themselves and their baby.
Only a few sunbstances are known to be harmful to an unborn baby. Most of these are found in the workplace, but certain environmental pollutants found in air and water, as well as chemicals used at home, may pose a risk during pregnancy.

Here are just a few questions concerning beauty and spa in pregnancy:

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