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Most people enjoy a day at the beach or the pool, where the warmth of the sun kisses their cheeks. While a little bit of sun provides much-needed vitamin D, too much is not good for anyone. And, if you are pregnant the risks increase.Aside from skin cancer risks, pregnant women have a number of other risks to consider if they spend too much time in the sun.

These risks include everything from. A: In many ways, pregnant women can rely on the same methods they used to avoid sunburns before pregnancy. Namely, covering bare skin with clothing and using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 40.

When it comes to sunscreen, however, expectant mamas must choose wisely. If you get a sunburn during pregnancy, you should know how to properly take care of it in order to try to restore your comfort. It’s not really advisable to take oral pain relievers, but low doses of Tylenol are generally okay, if you really need the pain relief.

One of the things you should be aware of. In order to protect your sensitive pregnancy skin, you have to choose the right sunscreen. According to the aforementioned Parentsarticle, you’ll want to. Choose a broad spectrum sunscreen that offers UVA and UVB protection and is made of zinc or titanium dioxide, avoiding the chemical oxybenzone, which is.

To avoid sun damage: Stay indoors between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., when the sun’s burning rays are the strongest. Protect your skin with clothing, a hat, and sunscreen if you go outside. Look for. Wear sunscreen every day, in all weather and in every season. It should have a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 and say “broad-spectrum” on the label, which means it protects against the sun’s UVA.

Pregnancy Tip Protect Your Skin from Sunburn. Summer is getting near, and it is getting hot in here! We know how important it is to protect ourselves from sunburn, but if you are expecting your baby, this is more important than ever! You might be familiar with raging pregnancy hormones which makes your skin more sensitive than before. Tips to avoid Melasma from the sun during pregnancy.

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Getting even a few extra rays during pregnancy can put you at risk for developing melasma, a skin discoloration that’s also called chloasma or “the mask of pregnancy.” While the condition does not cause medical complications in mom or baby. Stay out of the sun and keep your body cool for a few days until your sunburn heals. 4. Preventing Sunburn During Pregnancy is Important for Both Mom and Baby.

Hormones may cause dark patches to appear on your skin during pregnancy. 5 Some women experience sun sensitivity, including overheating and dehydration, while they are pregnant.

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Teach patients to avoid direct sunlight, use sunscreen, and wear protective clothing (including a hat) whenever they are in the sun to prevent severe sunburn.

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Wear sunscreen under loosely woven clothing or wet clothing.

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(But stay out of the sun during peak hours, since pregnant skin is sensitive skin.)

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Expose your skin to the sun at least a few minutes per day until the first sign of pinkness, but don’t use sunscreen during this time because sunscreen limits your skin’s ability to make this essential vitamin.

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Sunburn is prevented by protecting the child’s skin from direct sunlight by means of wearing long sleeves, sun hats and high-factor, ultraviolet light-blocking sun creams.

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Avoid sunlamps, tanning beds, and intense or prolonged exposure to sunlight; if unable to avoid exposure, wear protective clothing and a sunblock preparation (SPF 15 or greater).

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Covering the skin with clothing, wearing a hat, and using sunscreen liberally are all recommended.

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Encourage parents to avoid sun exposure as much as possible and to use a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 (or higher) if sun exposure is unavoidable.

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To reduce the risk of sunburn, either keep sun exposure short or wear a hypoallergenic sunblock.

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Use waterproof sunscreen if baby will be going in the water.

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Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

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  • Saying that SPF30 is “the sweet spot” is misleading. While the numbers are right that there’s only a 2% difference in protection between SPF30 and SPF50 (or SPF100), the reasoning is wrong. You need to look at it inversely: SPF30 lets in 3% of the harmful radiation. SPF50 (and SPF100) lets in 1% of the harmful radiation. Thus, SPF50 gives you THREE TIMES more effective protection than SPF30. So dermatologist usually agree that SPF50 is the sweet spot, as long as you don’t neglect to reapply, seek shade, wear clothes, sunglasses etc.

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