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I unfortunately watched a solar eclipse during my second month of pregnancy, without knowing that I was pregnant. Will this have any negative effects on my baby's health?

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Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is understandable to be concerned about the potential impact of watching a solar eclipse during early pregnancy. However, rest assured that there is no scientific evidence to suggest that viewing a solar eclipse can harm your unborn baby. The main concern with observing an eclipse is the risk of eye damage due to direct exposure to the sun's rays. As long as you did not stare directly at the sun without proper eye protection, there should be no cause for concern regarding your baby's health. It is always advisable to consult with your healthcare provider if you have any specific concerns or questions about your pregnancy.

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