Hi,I'm 22wks pregnant.I've been taking Vicodin for the last 10wks I started getting lower back pain my OBG/YN would not prescribe them to me so my grandmother has been giving them to me I only take 1-2 5mg a day.I do not abuse them.I tried seeing another doctor but he'd not pescribe them to me either,I think may have something to do with my age idk they may think I'd abuse them or something,so I was wondering how long do they stay in my newborns stool/urine/blood??I'm just concerned that they will drug test my baby and I'll have him taken away from me!!
wow.... i definately would not of taken the vicodin without the doctor prescribing it to you. i would suggest going back to your doctor and finding out if its safe to take... or have him come up with another alternative. have you tried a massage? or a heating pad? i had extremely bad back pain when i was pregnant, and i went for massages, used a heating pad everyday... and my doc also gave me tylenol 3's for my migraines and backpain. i would stop taking the vicodin and go see your doctor. let me know how it goes!
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