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Can i go for bath salt while pregnant ?

hi i am a 23 years old an i am 19 weeks pregnant an i have been in recovery from mood altering substances that includes perscription medications an alchohol an attending NA An have been in a treatment program since july13 2010 an was doin somewhat well i wassint useing my drug of choice oppiate pain medication aka roxies but i still drank but when i found out i was pregnant i stopped drinking as much as i was an about 3 weeks ago i tried this thing called bath salt (mdpv) an have been using it every day since. it dont show up in my drug test so my addiction told me its ok to try it but i havint been able to stop what are the effects to my baby i hardly eat and have lost 15 pounds im worried i want to stop i really do but it is always around me were i live an im afraid to ask help at my substance abuse treatment center because i will go to jail for 6months for using thank u an please answer as best to your knoledge i have looked it up several different ways on the serch engin an i get all kinds of info about mdpv but nothing on it about pregnantcy please i know how much of a selfish mother i have been an i do care about my baby i just dont know what happind i wish i could just stop its is very addicting but i no what i need to do get away from it i just dont have anyplace to go live
Asked On : Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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Hi, You seem to be realy worried about your pregnancy. good .Where there is awill, there is a waymy dear!

TheMDPV bath salt you are using is already banned in some countries bcoz it's toxic.So in pregnancy ofcourse it is not good. Please stop it the earliest,try to have healthy lifestyle.Take help of psycologist&councelling if needed

I think nothing is imposible for a mother!so cheer up!

Wish you all the best!
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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