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    I had quite a few glasses of wine at my mums house over dinner one night which I don't normally do (maybe 1 glass every now & again).

    Well I was pretty hungover the next day but also found out the following day I was pregnant. We werent using contraception just if we fell pregnant then DH & I were happy.. & we did.

    I didn't feel too bad because I honestly didn't suspect being pregnant. I think if you are worried then don't drink if you think you will regret it if you are.

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    The most dangerous time to drink and it effect babies development is between week 4 and week 10 as all the organ systems are forming then. So it's up to you but definitely try to have none in those times and throughout preg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    I agree, the zygote is completely unaffected by your immediate lifestyle choices until it implants.
    Yep I agree. I would have a few drinks and always have in the tww. I've fallen first month of trying with all 4, I realise I'll probably be pregnant as go **** I won't be able to drink for at least two years... I better have a few now.

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    Just thought I'd update. I had three drinks at the wedding I was going to during my tww. I have since got my bfp! So didn't drink at the Xmas parties

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    Congrats Colbie on the BFP! What a lovely early Christmas present!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineMunky View Post
    The most dangerous time to drink and it effect babies development is between week 4 and week 10 as all the organ systems are forming then. So it's up to you but definitely try to have none in those times and throughout preg
    considering most women dont even find out they are pregnant till after (some well after ) week 4 i think the risk of a glass in greatly exaggerated.

    Almost everyone drinks before they know they are pregnant, some heavily!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    Congrats Colbie on the BFP! What a lovely early Christmas present!
    Thank you! It sure was!


 

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