The recommendation that pregnant women while they are pregnant do not dye their hair for most hairdressers is an old wives’ tale, but this woman it could cost a live.

Jess Srahan (30) was five months pregnant when she wanted to dye her hair.

After a few hours she felt itching scalp, but ignored the symptoms until the next morning.

“I woke up all swollen. When I looked in the mirror, I was shocked. My forehead was a huge and painful to touch,” said Jess.

Her husband took the terrified wife in the hospital but the staff refused to give her medication because she was pregnant. A few days later, Jess felt worse, and the island spread on the face, so she could not open her eyes.

Her agony lasted for days, but a blessing in disguise was that her baby had not suffered damage because Jess had only external manifestations of allergies. The doctor found that unhappy woman has an allergic reaction to a chemical in hair dyes.

Soon she got antihistamine which reduced the island and gave birth to a healthy baby boy Harry.

“My experience was scary. I looked like a monster, but my husband was crushed, did not has the strength to look at me, it was the worst period of my life,” said Jess.

“I was so worried for the life of my baby when he was born alive and healthy, only then I could breathe free. I want to tell women to think twice before they decide for hair coloring in pregnancy. I could cost me a life” said Jess.

Posted by Jess Strachan on Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Many pregnant women are surprised when their doctors advise that in the first quarter do not dye their hair. Gynecologists also advise avoiding hair coloring with permanent colors in the early months of pregnancy, as the baby takes an important neurological development.

Although there is no data to show that hair dye increases the risk of miscarriage or birth defects, it is important that moms consult thier doctor.


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