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18 weeks just smoked

Ok I no it's bad but I just smoked some weed an now I'm just a lil  paranoid  , Will everything be ok
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Y'all really crack me up sometimes.
There are too many studies to show whether marijuana affects the baby or not..

HOWEVER, if you doctor takes a pee or blood sample and that THC (stays in system for a month+) shows up.. They will make note.
When your baby is born, they will test either their blood sample, or first bowel movement for drugs.

And depending on the state you're in, if they find anything, CPS will immediately get involved, possibly removing your child from your custody right then and there.

Forcing you to take rehab and parenting classes. Then you may have to fight to regain custody.


Ladies please, do not smoke pot while pregnant. There are too many risks involved with losing your child.
There are ways to alleviate nausea, help get your hungry back, and help you sleep peacefully.
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I agree with the comment above,  marijuana may not effect your baby but... if baby's first bowels test positive then there can be a negative outcomE. While your body may flush out TCH. Your babies body has no way of doing this.

Best of luck
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Anything up until 18 will clear itself out so you should be alright. My sister smoked all through her two pregnancies and her kids came out normal. The main issue with smoking weed whilst pregnant is actually the tobacco. It won't harm baby but that doesn't necessarily mean you should do it x
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