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July 10th, 2006, 09:10 AM
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I have a little bit before my next appointment. I was just wondering does the heat affect the baby even if your don't pass out or anything. Say it is really hot out and you are really uncomfortable, and you are drinking plenty of water. Will the baby be ok? I just want to make sure. I'm not sure how hot it has to be and what has to be going on I have never been in the heat like this pregnant.
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July 10th, 2006, 02:17 PM
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well to be honest I have read that if you get heat stroke it can be very bad for the baby. So definately try to keep cool. We just had a weekend of 100 degree weather (I know Steph you have that every day ) and I wouldn't even go outside. I had preterm labor at 32 1/2 weeks the last time we had a heat wave and the DR told me to stay out of the heat and drink lots of water.

I'm sure your baby will be ok, just don't do anything out in the heat (like garden or yard work) and stay out of the sun and you'll be ok.
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July 10th, 2006, 08:53 PM
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well to be honest I have read that if you get heat stroke it can be very bad for the baby. So definately try to keep cool. We just had a weekend of 100 degree weather (I know Steph you have that every day ) and I wouldn't even go outside. I had preterm labor at 32 1/2 weeks the last time we had a heat wave and the DR told me to stay out of the heat and drink lots of water.

I'm sure your baby will be ok, just don't do anything out in the heat (like garden or yard work) and stay out of the sun and you'll be ok.[/b]

Dont even talk about the heat!!!!!!!!!!!! This is my first summer in Phoenix after moving from orange county last year and I am dying!! I know being pregnant causes you to be extra hot, so if you can all imagine 115 degree weather, plus about 10 degrees of pregnancy on top of that and thats what I am feeling! Good thing everywhere here is air conditioned or I would die! I had to go outside for a few minutes to talk with our landscaper and it was enough to make me wanna cry out for the beach and ocean breeze! Times like this makes me miss california! B)
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