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Old 04-28-2013  
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Oh, I drank a bit of wine when I was about 2 months pregnant. Will 3 gulps hurt?
 
Old 05-08-2013  
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Oh, I drank a bit of wine when I was about 2 months pregnant. Will 3 gulps hurt?
Honey, don't worry about 3 gulps of wine... You should start worrying if you downed 3 bottles of wine in one night! 3 gulps of wine won't hurt your baby
 
Old 05-08-2013  
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Yes, it is true that if you drink alcohol occasionally then it is OK for you,but if you increase the level of drinking alcohol or vodka often,then it may be harmful for your baby to birth, and even your delivery is normal then also may be your baby is abnormal.
Oh my... I have read about and seen some alcoholic moms... Indeed, there is a possibility that it may affect the baby but it does not necessarily mean the baby would be abnormal! Please don't say that because I feel like it just doesn't sound right... A baby or a person may have a disability but can still lead a normal life.
 
Old 05-11-2013  
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Honey, don't worry about 3 gulps of wine... You should start worrying if you downed 3 bottles of wine in one night! 3 gulps of wine won't hurt your baby
I second.
 
Old 06-01-2013  
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Indeed, there is a possibility that it may affect the baby but it does not necessarily mean the baby would be abnormal! Please don't say that because I feel like it just doesn't sound right...
Probably, what dessydell wants to say is that there may be pregnancy complications and developmental issues.
 
Old 06-29-2013  
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Probably, what dessydell wants to say is that there may be pregnancy complications and developmental issues.
Yup, you've pushed the right button hun!
 
Old 08-31-2013  
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Regardless, the thought of too much alcohol doesn't sound appealing to me.
 
Old 09-05-2013  
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Regardless, the thought of too much alcohol doesn't sound appealing to me.
It's never a good thing when you're expecting
 
Old 09-07-2013  
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Regardless, the thought of too much alcohol doesn't sound appealing to me.
Yeah, pregnant or not I don't find the idea soothing too.
 
Old 12-21-2013  
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Even if some claim that a bit of alcohol isn't gonna do any harm to my baby, I still don't wanna take the risk, especially on the most crucial stage which is the 1st trimester. Then after we give birth, we could party!! Well, not all the time but at least we still can!
 
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