I Love to Smoke Weed.

i smoke weed obviously that's why im here.  i am also 41/2 months pregnant.  i really want to smoke and get high but at the same time i dont want to smoke so i can give my baby the best chance.  stuck in a bad place.  still deciding.

QueenQimmushe QueenQimmushe
22-25, F
6 Responses Aug 11, 2007

honey, you need to draw the line! the health of another human being is in your hands! seriously, no offense, but you must get your priorities in order.

Stop smoking while you are pregnant and nursing.

well the real deal is weather or not you love the pot or the baby more.. when your kid gets old enough you'll beable to tell it to it's face good luck with that

I like to smoke pot too but when I got pregnant I quit without thinking twice. I was also a cigarette smoker and quit immediately. You have a choice as to what you put into your body but your baby does not. You can do some seriously permanent damage to your child. It's time to grow up, think about someone other than yourself and do what is right for that innocent unborn child.

<b>Pediatrics, February 1994, Volume 93, Number 2, pp. 254-260<br />
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American Academy of Pediatrics<br />
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Comparing the heavily exposed and the non-exposed infants, the Brazelton clusters on day 30, showed that the offspring of heavy-marijuana using mothers had significantly higher scores on:<br />
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- the Orientation cluster<br />
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- the Autonomic Stability cluster<br />
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- reflexes<br />
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- habituation to auditory and tactile stimuli, and to animate auditory stimuli<br />
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- higher degree of alertness<br />
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- capacity for consolability<br />
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- less irritability<br />
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- had fewer startles and tremors<br />
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- better physiological stability at one month<br />
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- required less examiner facilitation to reach an organized state<br />
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- more socially responsive<br />
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- the quality of their alertness was higher<br />
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- their motor and autonomic systems were more robust<br />
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- they had better self-regulation<br />
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- they were more rewarding for caregivers than the neonates of non--using mothers at one month of age<br />
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From the Schools of Nursing, Education and Public Health, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Received for publication Sep. 21, 1992; accepted June 30, 1993.</B>

Well i know its Non of my Business telling you What you should Do, But Smoking is VERY VERY Bad For the baby, Your Child Can Come out ill or Early Pregnancy, You can even lose your baby....Think about your baby's Life which would u rather have Weed or a Child?