Quoting wishi could delete this a:" like vaporize it to smoke it ........that still gives the thc after effect.. still positive ... if you mean vaporize it out of your body and babies poop please do tell HAHAHA"
No more weed for you.
It depends on the amount.
If you are on state insurance they automatically test the babys meconium.
With my first son I smoked once at 21 23 and 24 weeks.
They did the test, nothing was said, nothing was done.
I don't know how far along you are but im sure as long as you don't do it again you will be fine.
Meconium starts to build up in the baby's system around 4 months gestation. I have a lot of real life situations with this.
I had one friend in KC, MO. She was on probation though, they tested the meconium and it came back positive. She actually got the baby taken away after they opened a case against her.
I had another friend that had her baby in Texas. She was 36 weeks and she and child tested positive for it. They opened a case and then closed it 6 months later. She had to take random drug tests and go take parenting classes.
I had another friend that had her baby early at 26 weeks, in Texas. She came up positive for it and her child did not. She also had a CPS case open and then they closed it 6 months later after she passsed her final drug test as well as her SO.
Here in Texas it doesn't matter if you are on medicaid, they do test the baby. Atleast that is what the nurses tell me here in Houston, Rio Grande Valley and one in Austin told me as well. They do it as a safety procaution for the child and mother so they are aware of what is going on in their body and they don't give them medication on top of it that can harm them.
Quoting BoogerBear's Momma:" Huh? No more weed for you."
I was a major pot head back in the day and I have no fuckin clue what you mean by vape?
well all i know is that you can't be charged for anything..
but i think they can open a case against you and thats IF they even bother to test you lol.
Quoting Aribean:" well all i know is that you can't be charged for anything.. but i think they can open a case against you and thats IF they even bother to test you lol."
I thought you could be charged with child endangerment?
Or is that old news? Or just certain states?
oh trust me im sober.. and pissed because i was a heavy smoker until i found out with this child.. cuz hubby is a anti pot freak......but i did slip up and smoked one on 4/20 im just now 27 weeks .........i know my piss and babies piss will be clean but im worried about if the poop goes back like they say to 16 weeks ... and in KY what will they do ...
My niece tested positive, they didn't contact CPS or anything. She also had really bad nicotine withdraw for the first few days.
Quoting ~~Lmnop~~:" I was a major pot head back in the day and I have no fuckin clue what you mean by vape?"
This. I smoked for 12 years, daily, multiple times. I also toked while pregnant, tested + on a urine sample, my dr didn't care, and nothing was ever said to me about it after my kids were born. I lived in IL at the time.
Quoting [α❤к]:" I thought you could be charged with child endangerment? Or is that old news? Or just certain states?"
nope not in the state of kentucky.
heres there article i linked on the first page.
my one friend said she just took the poop hahaha.. anyone ever heard of doing that lmfao
Quoting Aribean:" nope not in the state of kentucky. "
Can you find the laws in iowa on it?
I always wondered why they never said anything?
Have the baby at home. Problem solved.
A vaporizer or vapouriser is a device used to extract for inhalation the active ingredients of plant material, commonly cannabis, tobacco, or other herbs or blends.
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