Well, when my lil' brother got his girlfriend prego, she didn't tell us that she was until she was 5 1/2 months. So she never took any kind of prenatal meds or anything and she ate a lot of junk food and her baby came out perfectly fine. My niece Is very smart and there's nothing wrong with her. But that's not always the case... to be on the safe side, I would take prenatal Vits. and eat healthier that way the baby Is getting everything he/she needs to grow healthy cuz the baby Is takin' the nutrients he/she needs from you away from your own body. And I would go get checked and make sure the placenta Is In place correctly and make sure the baby Is growing normally, etc. But It's totally up to you, It's your baby, your life, your decision. Thought I'd give you some Input.
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