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Regular weed smoker. Having chest, abdominal pain and breathing problem. What is causing this?

ive smoked weed almost everyday for the past year, and now im getting all kinds of chest pains, and abdominal pains, and it feels like a baby is moving in side my stomach but i took two home pregnany tests and went to the doctor and urinated in a cup and they were all negative... lately ive been having trouble breathing ...what is wrong with me?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Hi Fields!
Smoking weeds or any kind of smoking is not a risk factor or helping factor to result in pregnancy that I can vouchsafe, Anyway had you had any unprotected sexual intercourse with your partener recently!
If answer is Yes then for a recent exposure you did right thing to test urine for pregnancy but......
If answer is Yes but few monthsremote upto nine months then also get USG Abdoman for pregnancy.
A baby's movements in uterus are known as Quickening and are felt fairly late in pregnancy about 4th to 5th month of the pregnancy. In that case every pregnancy test is positive.
So you are certainly not pregnant but surely smoking bears bad effects on the fetus,
So decide to quit smoking and make youself safe today and your coming generations for the future.
Take Care!
Answered: Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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