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Is it safe to go to a rock concert?
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My husband and I have had plans to go to a concert since before I was pregnant. We have seats in the 2nd row by the stage and I'm wondering if its safe to go to the concert with my being 19 weeks pregnant. Not sure if it will hurt the baby's ear development or hearing.
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would think you would be fine, so as long as you weren't right on top of the speakers. the fluid in your womb will muffle a lot of the sound before getting to your babies ears, but you can do what my friend did. she carried a thicker pillow and set it across her tummy. i dono if it did anything, but she felt better about it. you could ask your Dr. for their opinion, but i wouldn't be worried about it myself.
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