intensity by jopen

freshmonkey freshmonkey
Does anyone know why pregnant women can't use the intensity by jopen? I'm pregnant and would love to know why I can't use it?
08/17/2013
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Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by freshmonkey
Does anyone know why pregnant women can't use the intensity by jopen? I'm pregnant and would love to know why I can't use it?
Likely it's due to concerns about causing premature labor by triggering contractions. It might also be too close to the fetus and harm it with the electricity, say messing with it's heat rhythm. I am only speculating, but for anything involving the great unknown of how women carry babies, etc. (they have much left to still discover about how our bodies work!) they always will err on the side of caution. Can you see any company, Dr, or expectant parent wanting to risk their future child, even on something that is just a guess? And for a unnecessary item that serves no purpose to carrying the baby?The lawsuits alone would bankrupt a business should anything happen & when it involves babies, juries are very emotional and easily side with the aggrieved.
08/17/2013
Edeneve Edeneve
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Likely it's due to concerns about causing premature labor by triggering contractions. It might also be too close to the fetus and harm it with the electricity, say messing with it's heat rhythm. I am only speculating, but for anything ... More
I think WW is most likely correct here. I actually have Intensity & absolutely love it - if your interested, wrote a review for it.
08/17/2013
js250 js250
Electrostimulation can and will mess with the heart rhythyms, pacemakers, and other functions and devices. This could be fatal for a developing baby and can cause death and miscarriage. I read up on it via a google search, you can type in electrostimulation to get the results of my search and check it out further. Err on the side of caution-you do not want to harm the baby!!
08/18/2013
Ansley Ansley
Thank you, everyone who has responded! It's definitely best to err on the side of caution when it comes to pregnancy. It's the same reason they tell you not to use vibrators on unexplained calf (leg) pain; the pain may be due to a blood clot and massaging it could expedite its trip straight to your heart causing a coronary event.
08/19/2013
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