Top
10
Doctor insights on: 2 Weeks Pregnant Does Alcohol Affect The Baby

Share
1

1
I've had unprotected sex and think i might be close to two week pregnant . I've been smoking cigarets and drank some alcohol could this hurt th baby?

I've had unprotected sex and think i might be close to two week pregnant . I've been smoking cigarets  and drank some alcohol could this hurt th baby?

You know the answer: Smoking and alcohol are potential culprits to cause miscarriage in early stages of pregnancy , please stop them and have a nice healthy baby. ...Read more

Dr. Suzanne Galli
4 doctors shared insights

Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


2

2
I drank alcohol once but i don't know that i'm on my 5months going to 6 months pf pregnancy. Does it affects my baby?

I drank alcohol once but i don't know that i'm on my 5months going to 6 months pf pregnancy. Does it affects my baby?

Yes, but...: Drinking a small amount of alcohol one time probably only affects the baby for an hour or two or three. One should not expect any defects in the baby just because of that one exposure to alcohol. ...Read more

3

3
If i'm 38 and pregnant and drank alcohol heavy the first month because i didn't know, is my baby okay?

If i'm 38 and pregnant and drank alcohol heavy the first month because i didn't know, is my baby okay?

Don't know: I am sorry, but there isn't a way for any of the panelists to tell you if your unborn child's health has been impacted by your alcohol use. Please make sure to let your obstetrician know about the alcohol use & your concerns. ...Read more

4

4
I'm 20weeks pregnant and all I crave is the smell of rubbing alcohol. I don't inhale it I just love the smell is it harmful to my baby?

I'm 20weeks pregnant and all I crave is the smell of rubbing alcohol. I don't inhale it I just love the smell is it harmful to my baby?

Avoid: If you are referring to the occasional sniff then that is not going to be an issue. Repetitive exposure of Isopropyl Alcohol can irritate the nose, throat and airways. Listed side effects of Excessive exposure are headache, dizziness,confusion, loss of coordination and unconsciousness. Avoid. ...Read more

7

7
Does drinking in 4 weeks of pregnancy effects baby in any way? Such a alcohol syndrom?

Does drinking in 4 weeks of pregnancy effects baby in any way? Such a alcohol syndrom?

No alcohol: The drinking of alcohol when pregnant, especially in the first trimester, but also all throughout pregnancy is not recommended. If you had one drink by mistake, that would not cause fetal alcohol syndrome. ...Read more

8

8
Having 7 drinks in two days, while 4 week pregnant. Would it cause alcohol fetal syndrome?

Having 7 drinks in two days, while 4 week pregnant. Would it cause alcohol fetal syndrome?

No: Fetal alcohol syndrome has only been associated with much heavier drinking than you describe. We advise avoiding alcohol (along with many other things) simply because we cannot predict the effects with certainty and do not want to take unnecessary chances. At this very early stage the effect, if any, would more likely be to short circuit the pregnancy entirely. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
10

10
Please tell me can drinking alcohol while pregnant not harm the baby at all?

Please tell me can drinking alcohol while pregnant not harm the baby at all?

Yes, it's possible: but NOT RECOMMENDED to consume any alcohol at all while pregnant. The risks of having a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder-affected child, even in the heaviest of drinkers, is about 20-30%, so even heavy drinkers may have babies who appear unaffected. In those who have very occasional alcohol during pregnancy, there isn't much evidence of harm, but if you are willing to risk your baby's health,DON'T ...Read more