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Clearing The Smoke About Marijuana Use During Pregnancy

02/21/2015
03:56 | Author: Evan Martin

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Clearing The Smoke About Marijuana Use During Pregnancy

When smoked in a joint, the user is exposed to carbon monoxide from Marijuana use during pregnancy has been studied since the 1960's.

This is often due to the belief that marijuana is less harmful to the developing embryo and fetus, compared to other drugs such as cocaine or heroin. According to studies, pregnant women who use illicit substances are more likely to use marijuana compared to other drugs.

What The Research Shows Us.

Its important to note that the children in these studies often have had prenatal exposure to other drugs as well, struggles with poverty and other life challenges, making it difficult to know that the findings are due to a single drug exposure.

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Is it safe to smoke marijuana during pregnancy? BabyCenter

02/21/2015
05:28 | Author: Evan Martin

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Is it safe to smoke marijuana during pregnancy? BabyCenter

Is pot smoke as bad as cigarette smoke when it comes to fetal development? Learn what BabyCenter's medical expert thinks.

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Breathe, Push, Puff? Pot Use and Pregnancy A Review of the

02/21/2015
03:08 | Author: Caitlin White

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Breathe, Push, Puff? Pot Use and Pregnancy A Review of the

Two, because women often face severe legal sanctions (such as the loss of child custody or incarceration) for admitting that they have smoked pot while.

I felt so helpless and distraught that I went to the abortion clinic twice, but both times I left without going through the with procedure. Just one to two little puffs at night, and if I needed in the morning, resulted in an entire day of wellness. I vomited bile of every shade, and soon began retching up blood. Finally I decide to try medical cannabis. Not only did the cannabis save my during the duration of my hyperemesis, it saved the life of the child within my womb.". I went from not eating, not drinking, not functioning, and continually vomiting and bleeding from two orifices to being compley cured.

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Marijuana during pregnancy Patients for Medical Cannabis

02/21/2015
01:36 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Marijuana during pregnancy Patients for Medical Cannabis

And what she studied was a group of women who did smoke cannabis during pregnancy and those who didn't. She expected to see a difference in the babies.

This may explain why you hadn’t heard this news before :

Dr. Melanie Dreher is one of a handful of scientists who have researched marijuana objectively and inligently in the last three decades.

It is, compared to tobacco and alcohol, this is such a benign substance. A quotation from Dreher’s testimony – “You know, people ask me all the time whether I think marijuana should be legalized, and I have been of the opinion for a long time that this is much ado about nothing.

Update ~ Dreher’s research has hit mainstream media.

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Learn About Marijuana Factsheets Reproduction and Pregnancy

02/21/2015
01:40 | Author: Caitlin White

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Learn About Marijuana Factsheets Reproduction and Pregnancy

Any form of smoking can disrupt the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the fetus, There is some evidence that women who use marijuana during pregnancy are.

When a breastfeeding mother uses marijuana, THC passes into the breast-milk and thus into the baby, where it can be stored in the baby’s fatty tissue for several weeks.

This may impact on the quality of care for both the woman and her developing baby as health care workers do not have a complete history.

Can marijuana use affect fertility?

What can you do?

With this knowledge they can help provide support as well as give you and your partner the care you need. They will also be able to help, or refer you to someone else who can help, you or your partner cut down or quit your marijuana use.

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