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sarena 03-19-2012 12:52 AM

Can a pregnant woman do laser hair removal treatment?
 
Hi,

I'm planning to do laser treatment on my legs, but I'm also trying to get pregnant. So is that dangerous for the baby? Please give me your valuable suggestions.

Thank you.


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penelopebed123 04-16-2013 04:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarena (Post 13559)
Hi,

I'm planning to do laser treatment on my legs, but I'm also trying to get pregnant. So is that dangerous for the baby? Please give me your valuable suggestions.

Thank you.


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Why taking risk? I suggest not taking any kind of treatments. It is true that the risks of laser skin resurfacing are rare. However, better avoid it since it is not sure that the treatment would be positive, no matter how much experienced the aesthetician is.


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