I am writing because I am a bit concerned. I am 30 weeks and we have moved to a new place and done some major renovations (removing walls and sanding and polishing floors), we used water based products so the floors dried faster and I didn't have to be exposed to fumes. I wasn't living there anyway while all this happened, but now that we moved to the house there is a bit of wood dust in some areas that I have been cleaning recently. I didn't wear any masks while cleaning and I am worried that I have hurt bub by breathing some wood dust. What should I do? Am I freaking out? Has anyone been in a similar situation?
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03-01-2014 09:02 #1Junior Member
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