Scientists in Britain are able not only with words, but with irrefutable images to show women who regularly smoke during pregnancy how the fetus reacts to substances smoke inside the womb.The project was directed by Dr. Naya Reislant from the University of Durham, who by ultrasound 4-D managed to portray the reactions of embryos substances cigarette.
On the contrary, those not exposed to substances smoke, showed normal behavior, without increased mobility in the aforementioned areas. The doctor followed 20 mothers of whom four had smoked on average 14 cigarettes a day.
The pilot study hopes to expand the survey sample on more women to see if they actually smoking during pregnancy significantly affects the development of the nervous system of fetuses.
Dr. Naya Reislant thanked all the women who volunteered to participate in research, especially smokers. Also assured that babies of all those women born without any health problem.