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Effect of methadrone on the unborn child - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   i have found out im five months pregnant but i have been taking methadrone (mkat) probably about 2-3 times a month, will my baby be hurt i darn't ask my midwife? thank you
Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
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User :   hi dr can u answer my question above pleas
User :   e?
Doctor :   for what purpose were you taking the pill?
User :   it isnt a pill it is and illegal drug
User :   do you understand what im talking about?
Doctor :   it does affect y's growth and can result in anomalies and birth defects depending on the dosage that you take along with the frequency
Doctor :   yes I do
User :   ok if iv only had small amounts will the baby be ok? thanks you
Doctor :   as I said it depends on dosage, if you could specify the dosage it will help me to answer you better
User :   on average 1g per month
User :   but earlier on was about 4g
Doctor :   ok. it might lead to birth defects in the baby if taken in first 4-5 weeks of pregnancy
Doctor :   since you are 5 months pregnant, you should consider getting anomaly scan done
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