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    I wouldn't be getting in a car or anywhere near a smoker, when pregnant, or otherwise, and I wouldn't allow anybody to smoke near my child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    yep im sure it's illegal to smoke with under - is it under 16 years old in the car?
    I think she's saying he smokes with her pregnant in the car. Not the kids? Anyway it's all bad.

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    Yes but she said he smoked with his other kids in the car so there's no reason why he wont do it when the baby's born. Good luck with it op. maybe show him this thread to show him you're not alone in how you feel about it!!

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    Just to clarify, he doesn't smoke with his kids in the car. I'm newly UTD so he smokes when I'm in the car which I am starting to take issue with as I'm now expecting. Before I didn't mind so much but now obviously I feel different about it due to passive smoking.
    His argument would be that his ex/mum/friend all smoked when pregnant and the kids turned out fine so he can't see the issue...

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    How rude, disrespectful and arrogant of him. Passive smoking is harmful to you and the baby, not to mention the fact that the fumes will remain in the car and will increase your baby's SIDS risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    How rude, disrespectful and arrogant of him. Passive smoking is harmful to you and the baby, not to mention the fact that the fumes will remain in the car and will increase your baby's SIDS risk.
    Thank you!! I have never had a DP before so I like to be informed before going into battle. I can't really argue with his views as he's had experience with this whereas I haven't. I know it's wrong and I don't like it. I was thinking I'll talk to my GP about it so when we go in together after the scan she can reiterate the risks??


 

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