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too loud for baby.


I'm going to the v8 supercars and ill be 15weeks pregnant will the noise be bad for my little one.
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I've wondered the same thing about noise. I worked in a loud factory up until 33 weeks. I'm interesting in knowing too
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Im assuming that's a car race? I'm not sure but that might be pushing it. I've heard loud noise isn't great for baby but never actually heard a limit and I'm curious as well. From what I can remember the one time I went it was like the loudest place ever and a lot of ppl had ear plugs.. I would ask your doctor or a nurse to be sure
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my ob actually gave me a paper Friday when I went to my appointment and it says that there really isn't a noise level because the babies ears aren't fully developed until like 24 weeks. And to the baby the sound isn't as loud because it is inside you and it muffles the sounds.
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You could definitely go to the races. The noise level there isn't nearly loud enough to hurt your baby. Like babymomma said your baby's ears aren't even fully developed yet and the noise would be very muffled to your baby. Go have fun!
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Thankyou so much ladies. Great to know I booked the tickets and accom same time last year. Glad to know I won't be harming my little. Thanks again.
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I have a friend that's.a photographer for dirt truck racing and last year while she was pregnant her doc told her aslong as ur not in the garage around the fumes your ok
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