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    and you drank a lot and took some mdma during the first week of the pregnancy, would the baby be damaged at all?
    Answer if you have some medical knowledge please!
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    Since I'm male I would be terrified of being pregnant never mind MDMA!
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    I don't think it's medical knowledge, but common sense that says if you drink a lot and took MDMA there is a higher risk of damaging the baby (as well as yourself) than if you didn't.
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    I would be inclined to say yes theres a chance you could harm the developing fetus. But a woman would not know she was pregnant so early, ie you OP said "in the first week of pregnancy". I didnt think it was possible for the pregnancy to be detected so early on.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    and you drank a lot and took some mdma during the first week of the pregnancy, would the baby be damaged at all?
    Answer if you have some medical knowledge please!
    Don't worry, I know a woman who had a very healthy baby boy and she drank loads and smoked heavily throughout the whole of her pregnancy, I'm sure your baby (if you are pregnant) will be fine :yes:
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    Yeah I know it's impossible to detect the pregnancy so early on, so just wonder if alcohol and drugs could do any damage so early on.
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    Also, is it likely I could be pregnant if he pulled out before he came?
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    Yes it expect it could. So I would mention it when you go for a check up, they could scan early to look for any warning signs.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Also, is it likely I could be pregnant if he pulled out before he came?
    Yes but its a very small chance. Have you taken a test to find out for sure if you are pregnant?.
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    Well it's not exactly going to do the baby any good..
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    (Original post by Annie72)
    Yes but its a very small chance. Have you taken a test to find out for sure if you are pregnant?.
    Sadly it's too early to take a home pregnancy test, oh dear
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    If I was pregnant, I'd have a lot more problems than drinking.
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    theyre made of tough stuff. the chances are its ok....
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    (Original post by Ghost)
    Today's chavviest thread of the day award goes to this thread.
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    (Original post by HEJ92)
    Don't worry, I know a woman who had a very healthy baby boy and she drank loads and smoked heavily throughout the whole of her pregnancy, I'm sure your baby (if you are pregnant) will be fine :yes:
    Having done a project on the effects of alcohol during pregnancy (Foetal Alcohol Syndrome/Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) I would say that the healthy baby boy is one of the lucky ones.
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    I'm not condoning the use of MDMA but I have a friend who didn't know she was pregnant until 8 months, and she had been drinking and dabbling with pills during her pregnancy and she gave birth to a healthy baby boy.

    From the sounds of it though (and I really hope I don't come off harsh), if you was pregnant would the best route be to keep it?
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    Obviously if I was pregnant and keeping it, i'd stop completly. I dont know if I could actually get rid of it...even withou having a surgical abortion. Just wanted to see if a small amount of drug-"abuse" could be detrimental to the childs health.
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    (Original post by diamondsky99)
    Having done a project on the effects of alcohol during pregnancy (Foetal Alcohol Syndrome/Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) I would say that the healthy baby boy is one of the lucky ones.
    I agree, but many children born in the 60s were healthy enough with smoking/drinking parents.

    My cousin is one of the unlucky ones, he is deaf in one ear and has slight LD, hence why I agree with you in saying that the young boy I know is one of the lucky ones
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    (Original post by FyreFight)
    lol enjoy your miscarriage.
    God you're witty.
 
 
 
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