18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is it ok to spray hit for mosquitoes in the room. Is the smell ok during pregnancy. Does anyone have a idea??

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Answer: Don't take that smell..some time you may get vomit and dizziness.. So avoid that
Answer: No its not ok its dangerous for baby's health
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