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Pregnant, smoked and drank. Any effect on baby?

I found out today that I am exactly 5 weeks pregnant. I did no plan this. I have had probably 5 big nights out in the last month and have been smoking approx5 cigarettes a day, maybe more if I had a drink. I also had a tiny line of cocaine at a party (something I never do,don t know what I was thinking). I will not have anything else to drink and no more cigarettes as of now but I need to know if I have caused any damage to my baby?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Cigrette smoking during pregnancy causes low birth baby.Since you have smoked for five days only ,hopefully this will not affect your baby.Alcohol for five days and single shot of cocaine will also not affect your baby.Since now you have stopped smoking ,no alcohol and cocaine any more there is nothing to worry .Hopefully you will have a healthy baby.
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