Hmm, my ob said its not worth it... that no amount of alcohol has been substantially tested to be safe during pregnancy. I suppose it is a personal choice, but if theres a chance it's dangerous, why risk it?
I had a total of 5 glasses of wine..more like half glasses of wine through out the course of my first pregnancy. My little man was very healthy, so was i and i never regret one glass :) i have had 3 glasses of wine and would have indulged more, however it just didnt set well with me. Kinda made me nauseated. But i agree, its very much a personal choice.
This is the controversial topic, a bit like the smoking one. I had a small half glass of wine on christmas eve, and new year's. I personally don't find anything wrong with that, but its your choice,your baby and your body and you choose what you want to put in it. My bub is totally healthy too.
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