my husband and I just started trying to get pregnant and so far my mens is 3 days late n I'm hoping for the best.
I have 2 questions and was hoping some of you ladies could clarify:
- can I still wear a tampon when pregnant?
I'm very paranoid about discharge and unexpected spotting...
- i dont want my neighbours to know I'm prego, and we do party sometimes. I have never turned down a drink before and they'll definitely sense something if I refuse. is it ok to 'wash' my mouth with a sip of whisky just to get that 'alcoholic breath', and then sip on a non-alcoholic drink that looks the part? or is the risk too high that a tiny amount of alcohol might get swallowed when I rinse?
Tampons are a no no while pregnant. So, of you're paranoid use either a pad or panty liner. I personally wouldn't risk with alcohol, but thats me. They say you can have a glass of wine every once in a while, but definitely no hard liquor. Good luck on getting pregnant (:
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