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Hydrocodone

I am totally scared right now. I have took hydrocodone a few times will being pregnant. I have not told anyone about this. I only took them a few times for pain I was having in my lower back. The problem is, I am now 33 weeks pregnant and starting to become scared about it. The last time I took them was when I was 31 weeks. Like I said, I was not taking daily. Just every now and then I would take a couple to take away the pain.I don't know what to do. DO they test for it in the baby when it is born. I know that they are out of my system by now but not sure about the babies. My boyfriend does not have a clue about it, so I am kind of scared to talk with me ob about it. Will she keep it confident if I did tell her, and would she look down on me for taking without a prescription. I am so scared. There are no withdrawals for me, but could the baby have them? I know this is a lot of questions, but I really need some advice on what to do. The pills were not prescribed to me. I still have 7-8 weeks left. Please help!
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Hey girl, you can ask your questions on this forum, it's all good. Honestly, I don't think you need to worry about it. If you only took a couple of norcos during your pregnancy for pain, than, you're okay. However, I am not a doctor. You may want to talk with your OB and let him/ her know what's going on? But I really think that you and baby will be fine. God bless xoxo
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how do i get there
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Maybe you should go over to the Pregnancy Community and ask the forum there. This is the Addiction forum. Good luck..
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