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What are the health issues with being pregnate or having an infant in art schools or home studio?
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First, this is something that you should really be discussing with
your doctor. You should make them aware of any hazardous materials (and
situations) that are part of your work and they will give you the
There is too
much to cover in any online post particularly with no details on your
specific situation, but, in general, fetuses are often more susceptible
to certain toxins than adults. Different chemicals have different ways
that they are transmitted from mom to baby, so there is not one
overarching answer to this other than mom should limit or eliminate
exposure during pregnancy.
American Institute for Conservation's Health and Safety Network did an
article on pregnancy in conservation. Many of the issues addressed here
are also relevant to artists. The article was vetted by industrial
hygienists and H&S experts specializing in conservation and
collection care issues:
is another article on this topic written by an industrial hygienist
(someone who specializes in controlling workplace hazards):
that the advice, resources and situations described above do not take
the place of talking with your doctor, who knows your personal health
history. Be very cautious of online advice and make sure the individual
providing information is qualified and knowledgeable. Having been a
pregnant conservator myself, I know that the internet is a scary source
of bad information.
Kerith Koss Schrager