Are heated seats safe during pregnancy?

I remember the first time I was in a car with heated seats I thought I’d wet my pants but, after the initial shock, I thought they were the greatest inventions since the DQ Blizzard.

Heated car seats aren’t dangerous when you’re pregnant because they give off about as much heat as a heating pad. It’s not until you get into sauna, hot tub or tanning bed heat that some people even start to worry.

So crank that seat, lady and keep checking to make sure you didn’t pee.

search: heated car seats pregnancy

Related Posts

  • A recent study has made people twitchy about ginseng because it caused abnormalities in rat embryos. That said, up to 10 percent of Asian women take it while pregnant (and that's a lot of women)…

  • pregnancy massage

    Some jackass out there decided to throw this one in the ring and it makes me mad. You are a nauseous, sweaty blob (well, I was) and the least you should be able to do…

  • horse head on a stick

    I gotta say, when somebody asked me to write about horseback riding I thought I would have to wade through a bunch of websites that just tell you to be on the safe side and…

Written By
More from Amy Morrison

100 Great Gift Ideas for Babies Under One

Coming up with baby gift ideas – even gifts for infants –...
Read More
0 thoughts on “Are heated seats safe during pregnancy?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.