The thing about smoking anything is that it has an impact on a person. When you’re pregnant and you’re trying to carry an entire human life to term, you might discover that you get a lot of cravings. If you were already smoking cigarettes before you got pregnant, what happens during the pregnancy?
There are documented stories of people who have smoked during pregnancy, and this has had a harmful effect on the child. However, what happens if you vape? Well, we’re not entirely sure, but suffice it to say, we do not recommend it.
That is probably the big question that most people are asking, and the truth is that most people just don’t know. There are a whole lot of studies on this because there are very few people who deliberately put their children at risk for the sake of scientific research, and even fewer who would admit to intentionally doing so during the pregnancy.
You have to consider that when somebody is pregnant, the biological processes that take place inside the body are wholly unique to pregnancy. There’s nothing else quite like it in the animal kingdom. This means that there is no real way to know how vaping, something which isn’t that dangerous normally, would affect the baby or the child in the womb.
So, our recommendation is essentially just to err on the side of caution and not try and do anything with vaping during your pregnancy or smoke anything. You just don’t know, and there are too many unknowns to risk trying. There are plenty of other ways to get access to nicotine without having to smoke; there are patches, there is gum, and so ultimately, it’s important to just try and find a way of getting that nicotine without having to smoke anything.
Normal cigarettes are always going to be a no-no. As it happens, they are being filtered out by 2030, which is no bad thing, but at the end of the day, they’re just too dangerous. Even second-hand smoke can have an impact on unborn children. That is why we personally recommend that you take the time to step back when this sort of thing happens and try to avoid any type of smoke. At the end of the day, it’s just safer and less of a risk.
So ultimately, we really would not recommend that you go anywhere near a vaping device if you are pregnant. It’s just not worth the risk, and there are too many unknowns to know what the impacts will be long-term on the life of a child. It’s better to just get a different nicotine delivery system.
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