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how long does thc stay in your system when your pregnant
An_218913 posted:
my friend is 27 weeks pregnant and just stopped smoking weed this week and is worried it will be in her system when the baby is born but her smoking was the only way she could keep food down....she stopped smoking weed when she hit her second month and didnt smoke again til she was 5 months and has now stopped again at 27 weeks will it stay in her system and/or her placenta until the baby is born or does she have enough time for it to clear from her system and the babys system?
Sully1024 responded:
I am interested in the answer to this question. Any response yet?
georgiagail replied to Sully1024's response:
There appears to be a wide variation in the half-life of THC in ones system:

mommyof4intn replied to Sully1024's response:
i am looking to get a madical opinion on this but havent recieved one yet hopefully i do today
Starla_94 replied to mommyof4intn's response:
They usualy don't respond till the weekend as they are super busy..
Christina - 1 D/S Oct-2003, M/C April 2010,M/C June 2010 ~oOo~ currently TTC ~oOo~ come on BFP and Sticky Baby!!! ~oOo~
patrishia879 responded:
i would also like to know this answer though i cant seem to find anyone able to answer it either
mommyof4intn replied to patrishia879's response:
yeah i cant find anyone to answer this question though i would really like to know

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