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31 weeks pregnant, smoked marijuana once. How long will it be detectable in the foetus or my system?

Im very nervous I am 31 weeks pregnant and have smoked marijuana I was just wondering will it still be detectible in mine or my unborn sons system if I have him sept.9th my due date , I know I shoulnt of smoked but please just tell me how long it takes to clear both of our systems im very stredsed out about it I do no want dss to get involed
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm
Marijuana is potent toxin for both you and your unborn child. Studies done to see for effects of marijuana has been inconsistent but any toxin taken by mother can easily pass on to unborn child. Rarely it can be a simple problems to complex problems for child like attention disorders, problem with brain development. As you have smoked it once and if you dont repeat it, chances of its effect on child is very less.
Lastly, marijuana has lead to problem to mother when they are not able to take care of their children to broken familes. So i advice you to stop using drugs permanently and have a healthy life for you and your child.
All the best
Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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