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Will the weed I smoked show up in my prenatal blood test after two days ?

One hit of weed in my bong while i'm 10 weeks pregnant As soon as I found out that I was pregnant I stopped smoking weed. However today I was really stressed out with school, work, and finding a new house so I hit a little pinch in my bong. I have my first prenatal blood test for thursday and it s tuesday today. I was wondering if The THC from that bong hit would show up on my blood test results. I know it probably wasn t the best thing to do and in the future I will do my best to avoid it at all costs. I am 10 weeks pregnant today.
Asked On : Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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Thanks for your query.     
All kinds of addiction or medication should be avoided during pregnancy ,until advised by gynec to be safe,as effects fetus.
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