I was advised to beware high decibles because the babies ears are still forming. My guess is that it depends on what you are comfortable with. Sitting directly in front of the giant speakers or being in a very small venue where you would need earplugs yourself may not be the best place for the baby.
I don't know though, that's just what I was told when we were looking to go to a concert recently. I ultimately decided to stay home because I had been to this particular band's show before and knew that the noise would be too much.
I went to a concert around 25 weeks and she seemed totally fine in there...moved around a bit but nothing unusual to signal that she was alarmed/in distress. I also mentioned it to my doctor afterwards and she wasn't concerned in the slightest.
Not sure how much of a difference six weeks would make, but I can't imagine it'd change all that much. Maybe give your doctor/midwife a quick call and just run it by them, see what they say.
I took my DH to see LMFAO on 9th march so I wouldve been about 30-31 weeks and it was fine, the bass made me a but uncomfortable but LO was bumping about lol and he's been fine since. I'd go and don't worry x
thanks ...i guess i just worry about people bumping into me and the looooooooooong ques for loo when your 7months pregnant lol x
The whole people bumping into me thing is what probably ruined my night but I emailed the venue in advance asking if I could sit anywhere and they said we could use the seating upstairs if it became available (which it did!) and we had a much better time/view that way I got a couple of 'oh look at her she's pregnant' comments too which was annoying but I guess you don't see us pregnant ladies at concerts much Hope you have a great time! X
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