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Mom-to-be Tress Stress? Here’s The Truth About Hair Dye And Pregnancy - Style - TODAY.com

Kate Middleton holds her hair down from the wind, during a visit  to Antrim, Northern Ireland, Tuesday March 8, 2011 with Britain's Prince William. The visit to Northern Ireland is the couple's third public outing in recent weeks, completing a circuit which has taken in all four corners of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since they announced their engagement. Last month, the couple traveled to Wales and to Scotland.(AP Photo/Michael Cooper)
Kate Middleton holds her hair down from the wind, during a visit to Antrim, Northern Ireland, Tuesday March 8, 2011 with Britain's Prince William. The visit to Northern Ireland is the couple's third public outing in recent weeks, completing a circuit which has taken in all four corners of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since they announced their engagement. Last month, the couple traveled to Wales and to Scotland.(AP Photo/Michael Cooper)

“Although research in this area is limited, we currently have not found any link between dyeing your hair during pregnancy and any adverse obstetrical outcomes,” said Dr. Jenny M. Jaque, OB-GYN and co-founder of the women’s health information site healthgoesfemale.com. “Only a very small of amount of dye would feasibly be absorbed through the scalp into your circulation to reach the fetus, if at all.”