thanks- that's what I've been reading but I'm worried, because every day I've just been laying on the couch after work and putting the laptop right on my stomach.....didn't even think about the heat until tonight!
im about 4-5 weeks pregnant (i think, i have symptoms, iv got the stomach for that age but i took a test a week ago n it said negative, im takin another soon i think) i use my laptop on my stomach, is that bad?
I'm 11w4d preggers and I aaalways put my laptop on my belly or lap BUT I put a pillow or something else between my belly and the laptop. Not because of the "radiation" (there's none) but because it gets hot
i was 6 weeks pregnant and used my laptop everyday on my belly with a blanket in between. i had a miscarriage 3 days ago.
i cannot think of anything i possibly did that could have hurt the baby in any way.
it could have been just a freak thing but i think it was the laptop. mothers know.
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