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I am a retired makeup artist, so feel I can answer this question for you...I have never heard of any dangers during pregnancy using talcum powder, but just in case, you shouid try using cornstarch......yes, that cornstarch!! it's perfectly safe to use on you and your baby when he/she arrives!! No worry about minerals, etc....try it!!!!!

What you think about you bring about!!!

I taught GYN Cancer which included Ovarian and using talcum was listed as a risk factor along with many other factors.  I taught that it was a risk factor.

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