My sister and i are p
regnant we both are ciggarett smokers i gave up for the sake of my baby but she did not im 34 weeks and she is 38 im verry concerned abt the babys wellbeing please give me some insite so that i can pass the info to her thank u
As Mrs_bagz said there is nothing you can do no-it's not good for baby at all, even being around smokers is awful.
Well done for giving up-I've never smoked but imagine it must be hard-but we will do anything for our children so well done! Don't start again-so much healthier fir you & your bundle!
All you can do is go onto the net & print some articles explaining the effects smoking will have on her baby pre & post & hope a maternal instinct kicks in!
This link has good information on it. It's also wise to consider giving up smoking completely. It's so much more healthy for both you and baby, and will give you a better quality of life down the road. Congratulations to you for quitting and for your baby.
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