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InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Michelle Hayden Dyson:</b>" The doctors office I go to tests ... [snip!] ... MJ for medical reasons during pregnancy. Get your facts straight. Also, no one said it was beneficial to their babies."


exactly, what was said is that NO STUDIES HAVE COME FORWARD THERE IS HARD TO THE FETUS/BABY



obviously someone cannot read.

You're All idiots Due June 2 (boy); Alexandria, Louisiana 3 posts
Feb 28th '13
thank you:)


And quite honestly, I'd rather live under an f'ing rock than to do something that may or may not harm my baby. Bc the truth is, nobody knows for sure rather its harmful or not. But if there was nothing wrong with it, why would people stop smoking a month in advance before a prospective job interview? And what I said was "in MOST parts of the country". Maybe you should spend a little more time reading before jumping to the defensive next time, hmmm?



And I was informed that I was being drug tested but I have no problem with it bc I have nothing to hide so there was no reason for me to throw a fit about it being an "invasion of rights". And as a matter of fact, I don't go pee on a stick, I pee in a little clear cup with my name an DOB on it.

You're All idiots Due June 2 (boy); Alexandria, Louisiana 3 posts
Feb 28th '13

ok yall really? I thought this was a site for women to talk about pregnancy related problems. But apparently I was mistaken. Its just a place for a bunch of hormonal women to be pissy. Sorry, but I'd rather not take part.

Amanda Farley Due August 1; 1 child; Indiana 143 posts
Feb 28th '13

Just some research information




In addition to genetic factors, in utero experiences may also play a role in the predisposition
toward criminal behavior. During pregnancy, the fetus is exposed to various influences that may
adversely affect development, leading to potential risks for serious antisocial behaviors later in
life. Exposure to a toxic or diseased prenatal environment is one example.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting Michelle Hayden Dyson:" And quite honestly, I'd rather live under an f'ing rock than to do something that may or may not harm ... [snip!] ... of rights". And as a matter of fact, I don't go pee on a stick, I pee in a little clear cup with my name an DOB on it."

So let me get this right.



Marijuana is bad but prescription medicines are not? You do realize that marijuana along with a good 3/4 of medications prescribed to pregnant women are category C drugs, yes? I'd rather take something natural and has been used for centuries than a pill created in the last 50 years or less.



I haven't touched marijuana since high school but I know of far worse things that are routinely prescribed to pregnant women. Marijuana is often a safer alternative as long as it's not smoked. I'll be using it shortly to help with my stress, insomnia, and lack of appetite.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting Amanda Farley:" Just some research information In addition to genetic factors, in utero experiences may also play a ... [snip!] ... as are fetuses exposed to alcohol, marijuana, and cigarette by-products during pregnancy
user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting SAFFY
22Jleigh33 1 child; Louisiana 747 posts
Feb 28th '13

I personally love weed. It helps with my anxiety and helps me eat. I did eat it during the first 3 months of my pregnancy because my morning sickness was so bad, I couldn't even keep down water and my dr actually suggested it...he told me not to over do it and of course I had no I tensions of over doing it. It helped out a lot before, during and after pregnancy, after I had my daughter I had post Partime anxiety and I do not have medical insurance so I smoke week every night and it helps me relax and eat. I don't think any woman should just blow down while they are pregnant but of it helps then do it. My daughter has no health issues and actually reach all of her milestones early and is very smart. My mother smoke her whole pregnancy with me and I don't have any issues (other than my anxiety which is due to traumatic events that have happened in my life) I made excellent grade through out my school years and have an IQ of 118..

CRSx2Mommy 18 kids; North Carolina 3475 posts
Feb 28th '13

I had no idea pot could be used to treat morning sickness. That would have been really nice to know a few months ago lol. I've never smoked or ingested pot a day in my life. I used to be really against it. NOW, however; after seeing all the other shit the pharmaceutical companies push on people and the horrible side effects they have I am coming around to the idea of herbs. I think it would be hypocritical of me to be all about my xanax (which I am, lol) and then poo poo pot. I'd like to learn more about it.

jen black 2 kids; California 3009 posts
Feb 28th '13

A vaporized when I had morning sickness. It's legal here in Cali obviously not state and federal laws agree its legal but I have my medical marijuana card. It saved me during morning sickness and the migraines. Edibles are also good incase you don't want to smoke it. But if you do...use hemp wick and not a butane lighter.

Baby_Majick Due May 1 (twins); 4 kids; 3 angel babies; Sullivan, Missouri 4129 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Michelle Hayden Dyson:</b>" The doctors office I go to tests ... [snip!] ... MJ for medical reasons during pregnancy. Get your facts straight. Also, no one said it was beneficial to their babies."


Really?! Because I didn't know that my doctor office did drug test... until I got a letter in the mail saying I passed my drug test... I just remember looking at it, like yeah duh... but was confused, why did I get a drug test, apparently it was part of their practice.

Baby_Majick Due May 1 (twins); 4 kids; 3 angel babies; Sullivan, Missouri 4129 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Baby_Majick:</b>" Really?! Because I didn't know that my doctor ... [snip!] ... do that without your knowledge or permission. So either you signed something unknowingly or they illegally drug tested you."


I didn't sign anything saying they could drug test me... not that I wouldn't let them. I didn't know anything about it until I got the letter int he mail.

Baby_Majick Due May 1 (twins); 4 kids; 3 angel babies; Sullivan, Missouri 4129 posts
Feb 28th '13

I seriously looked at the letter confused.... because they didn't say anything and I didn't sign anything... it's just part of their practice, they test all their patients.... thats what I was told when I asked them about it...

Little Richard's mommie! Due July 12 (boy); 1 child; Seneca, South Carolina 4431 posts
Feb 28th '13
Quoting Noel Maynard:" I wanna hear them. Good,bad,all for it,all against it. I wanna hear from everyone."


Me personally I think it's a persons choice if they want to smoke it. I know my mom did with every pregnancy and we came out fine...but why would you risk it? I don't think it's very smart, I mean it's a drug either way, it's illegal and if cigarette smoke is bad for you why would you put the smoke of weed in your lungs? I just don't see why people would risk it anyways. I have done it before so don't get me wrong, it can be fun at times, but I don't feel like my son has a choice as to what goes in my body and his right now so why not just put all bad things aside and not do it?

*~Katrina~* 18 kids; Houston, Texas 8585 posts
Mar 1st '13

I think anything that can get your kids taken away shouldn't be done. IF you are a parent you should NOT be doing anything illegal. It's just good parenting to want to keep your kids. If it is legal where you are then cool. Just don't smoke it where your kids can get high too.