Fumes

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karenca - May 19

I have an odd question. I was over at a friends last night and they were burning a fire outside. well she accidentally stuck a piece of styrofoam in the fire. It smelled horrible. I am worried this will affect my baby I am only 10 weeks along with my 2nd baby. Anyone have any ideas?

 

kimholl28 - May 19

Probably didn't do any harm, next time if something like that happens try to go to fresher air. Prolonged inhailation of certain fumes can cause problems with development, but for the short time you would have inhaled it is unlikely to have done any harm at all. Just relax, if every child had problems because of fumes there would'nt be many of us. There are car exhaust, and every other kind of toxins in the smog we breath in bigger cities.

 

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