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07 Dec 2004

Smoke in bloodstream when fallling pregnant
I want to fall pregnant, but have stopped smoking yesterday. How long will the smoke be in my bloodstream? Will it be safe to fall pregnant straight away, or must I wait until the smoke has worked through my system? Will it harm my baby even though I have stopped before I have fallen pregnant?

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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

If you have stopped now, it will not affect your baby.

Best wishes
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