I smoked in the early stages of pregnancy
Q: I’m a woman in her early 20s. I’m still a student, and I’m living with my boyfriend. They’re both young, so they have sex almost every day. I don’t feel good when I wear condoms, so I usually contraceptives due to non-convective conditions.
I went to the gynecologist 7 days later because I didn’t have my period even though July 17th is my scheduled date. According to the ultrasound, it’s early pregnancy. The nursery is small, so we decided to examine it again.
I’m going to tell my parents soon and have a wedding before I’m full. The problem is that I haven’t quit smoking yet. How many times did you smoke during pregnancy, will there be any major problems with the baby?
A: Smoking during pregnancy may delay fetal development and risk giving birth to underweight children or premature birth. There are also reports that it can cause disorders such as cerebral palsy, and smoking in the first three months of pregnancy causes congenital heart disease. It’s hard to quit smoking right now, but you need to quit smoking right now for your upcoming baby