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    Last edited by Alica07; 26-01-2014, 20:48.

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    Steer clear of it for the rest of your pregnacy; do not drink another drop. FAS can occur as a result of drinking during pregnancy but the exact amount is debatable- which is why it is advisable to completely abstain.
    Worrying about it now will only cause you further stress- whats done is done, unfortunetly, and you wont know the damage (if any) until well after your baby is born.
    Tell your OB as they may need to monitor your bub for defects etc throughout the remainder of your pregnancy.. I am not entirely sure, I am just assuming..

    If it helps, many women only discover that that they are pregnant late into their pregnancies and the vast majority have probably engaged in some sort of risky activity not recommended during pregnancy.
    Good luck OP.



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