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    Testing positive for marijuana and pregnant
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    An_249303 posted:
    I was smoking pot for a couple months before i found out i was pregnant. i quit when i found out and tested positive at my 1st OB visit. the dr said it was very low which meant it was out of my system. but what im worried about is dealing with CPS when the baby is born, even if myself and the baby remain clean. please help with facts i am worried.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you do not smoke any more during your pregnancy, it will be out of your system by the time the baby is born and you won't test positive. If you don't test positive, you don't have anything to worry about.


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