Will drinking a lot of alcohol kill a your baby if your 5 weeks pregnant?
Yes it can.
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Answer . \nhttp://www.utmem.edu/compmed/Hamsters.html\n. \nA hamster reaches its sexual maturity at 7 weeks. Breeding life is 1 year.\n. \nYour hamster may be a early bloomer. If her body is ready to produce an egg, the rest of her body should be ready. The likelihood that she will die is only… comparable to having complications. (MORE)
If you drink vinegar when youre 1 month pregnet can your baby die If you drink vinegar when youre 1 month pregnet can your baby die
If you are pregnant about 5 weeks and then you lost a lot of blood and your horomones are low they say99 you lost the baby but did another pregnancy test and it says you are 1 to 2 weeks pregnant?
Answer . If you really did have a miscarriage then a pregnancy test would still come up positive. The reason that it may say that you are 1 or 2 weeks pregnant is because your falling hormone levels are currently at a level that is normal for a 1-2 week long pregnancy. Test again in a few days …and see what it says. If you are still worried please consult your doctor. (MORE)
Yes, in more than one way. You can die from a car accident caused by drinking. You can die by inhaling vomit while you are drunk. You can die from alcohol poisoning. See the Related Link for more information on alcohol poisoning..
Bacteria in mouth and digestive system. However, it is an old myth that alcohol kills brain cells.
You just found out you are 6 weeks pregnant before you knew you were pregnant you were drinking sometimes 3 drinks in a row will your baby be ok?
Most likely your baby will be fine. There's no evidence that a couple of drinks on a couple of occasions very early in pregnancy can harm a developing embryo. With that said, the key is to stop consuming alcohol now to ensure the health and safety of your unborn child. Continuing to drink regularly …throughout your pregnancy is cause for a wide variety of problems including FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome) in the child. Not surprising when you consider that alcohol enters the baby's bloodstream in about the same concentrations present in your blood. It takes the fetus twice as long as its mother to eliminate the alcohol from its system. When you visit your doctor, be sure to inform him of this so that he will have it on record, just in case. (MORE)
Yes, that much alcohol can kill you. Part of it will depend on how big you are physically and the amount of time that they were consumed will also be a big factor. If you drank 14 beers over the course of 8 or 10 hours, it wouldn't be a big deal. If you drank 14 shots in half an hour, you could kill… yourself. . Typically no!!! But it may feel like it. The best thing to do with a large consumption of alcohol is drink plenty of water when you are done (or before you go to bed). When you wake up drink a full days worth (100%) of vitamin C (you can buy flavored Emergen-C packets in the vitamin section at Wal Mart) and a couple of pain reliever. (MORE)
Alcohol interferes with the fetus' ability to get enough oxygen and nourishment for normal cell development in the brain and other body organs. According to Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse it can have these negative effects: . Small body size and weight .… Slower than normal development and failure to "catch up." . Deformed ribs and sternum . Curved spine and hip dislocations . Bent, fused, webbed, or missing fingers or toes . Limited movement of joints . Extremely small penis (boys) . Small head . Facial abnormalities . Small eye openings . Skin webbing between eyes and base of nose . Drooping eyelids . Nearsightedness . Failure of eyes to move in same direction . Short upturned nose . Sunken nasal bridge . Flat or absent groove between nose and upper lip . Thin upper lip . Opening in roof of mouth . Small jaw . Low-set or poorly formed ears . more likely to be sex addicted . Organ deformities . Heart defects or heart murmurs . Genital malformations . Kidney and urinary defects . Central nervous system handicaps . Small brain . Faulty arrangement of brain cells and connective tissue . Mental retardation -- occasionally severe . Learning disabilities . Short attention span . Irritability in infancy . Hyperactivity in childhood . Poor body, hand, and finger coordination (MORE)
No, it is not toxic to you or the baby. It may give you heartburn because it is acidic, but that is a transitory issue.
Alcohol does not kill brain cells. This myth was created by temperance activists to discourage drinking.
Yes. Drinking alcohol has been linked to conditions that can harm a fetus, or even cause a miscarriage.. Yes, the foetus is another name for a baby growing in its mothers womb and alcohol can definitely kill it.
Yes, it will. The tendency is the baby will be having small heads, and may have fetal alcohol syndrome after birth.. -------------. Whoever wrote the above is incorrect: Most experts agree that drinking during the first few weeks of pregnancy will either mis-carry (in extreme circumstances) or hav…e no effect at all. The baby does not connect to your bloodstream for the first few weeks after conception; therefore, don't be freaked out if you drank before realizing you were pregnant. . According to the March of Dimes: . "If a woman takes an occasional drink before she knows she is pregnant, it probably won't harm her baby. But she should stop drinking alcohol as soon as she thinks she may be pregnant.". Here is a link to the March Of Dimes website with this info:. http://www.marchofdimes.com/pnhec/159_530.asp (MORE)
Pregnant women are strongly advised to drink no alcohol at all. Heavy use of alcohol during pregnancy is extremely harmful and fetal alcohol syndrome is likely. Even light use of alcohol is strongly against the opinions of the NIH (National Institutes of Health). See related links for additional inf…ormation. (MORE)
\nSurprisingly yes, but only if you continue to drink without urinating...the same as a person on dialysis missing treatment.
Well, you can, but it's not a good idea. The mother and the unborn baby share blood, so pretty much anything the mother gets the baby picks up too. No one really knows where the "safe" limit is before the baby begins to suffer damage from the alcohol. Seems like an unfair and rather selfish risk to …expose an unborn kid to, doesn't it? (MORE)
Both anorexia and alcohol can damage the body. Each can lead to organ problems and potentially organ failure, which may end in death in some cases. Both are dangerous diseases (anorexia and alcoholism) that can be treated, too.
Native peoples do not necessarily drink a lot of alcohol, but it is a common stereotype. The causes of alcohol abuse are complex and tend to defy simple explanations. Around the late 1800s in Canada, Indian Residential Schools were set up by missionaries. The purpose of the schools was to educate …the Indian and eventually have them mixed into mainstream society and to be rid of their way of life which the missionaries saw as pagan. Around the 1980s, an investigation had begun into the ways in which the missionaries treated the aboriginal students over the years since the schools began. The investigation found that some of the priests and nuns of the school had been physically and sexually abusing students. Over the years since their abuses took place, many of the students thought it had only happened to them but found a large number were now disclosing what had happened in the schools. Over the years, many of the First Nations people could not handle the horrible experience of being physically or sexually abused and they tried to drown it out. The one thing that seemed to drown out these memories was alcohol. Many of them began drinking heavily and most still do today. (MORE)
No, drinking vinegar is an old wives tale - it will not stop a pregnancy.
the unborn baby of the mother who drinks absorbs all the alcoghol and it deters its developemnent and the baby is diagnosed with F.A.S or fetal alcohol syndrome and is uncureable.
Well, first of all, if you know that you are 5 days pregnant. Don't drink!!! It can cause severe complications for your unborn baby. If you have already drank at 5 days pregnant, you need to be sure to consult your OB/GYN at your next appointment. It is hard to say whether or not your baby will suff…er from FAS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome) without any more information because I do not know what kind of alcohol you drank or how much. For example, 1/2 of a Smirnoff Ice is going to be safer than drinking a Jack and Coke. I am by no means saying that any amount of alcohol consumption is safe during pregnancy, so I am not recommending that you drink 1/2 of a Smirnoff Ice. It is important that you understand the dangers of drinking while you are pregnant. Your child can suffer from slow development skills, slow development of motor skills, organ dysfunction, heart defects, pre-term labor, pre-mature birth, low birth weight, small head circurmference and more. So think really hard about what you are risking when you drink while you are pregnant. (MORE)
The baby would probably not die, however there might be a risk of fetal alcohol syndrome which stunts physical and mental development
In moderation, although it is best to abstain. Whether the child is to be put up for adoption or not should make no difference to the way you treat your body during pregnancy.
Depending on the strength of the drinks, it may do nothing, or it could do severe brain damage, liver destruction, or even death.
nothing. babies can't be protected from alcohol that the mother drinks while pregnant, that's why doctors tell pregnant woman that they should not drink alcohol.
Not likely, but the medicine that you might take for a cough can hurt your baby. Make sure that whatever you take for your cough is approved by your o.b. Also if your cough is getting worse make sure you see your doctor to rule out any serious infection. Make sure you are drinking lots of fluids to …thin mucus in your chest. This should help too. (MORE)
No. The virus is mostly in the cells in your lungs and nose and would not be affected by drinking alcohol. Alcohol may also make you get more ill and not recover as fast since the liver does play a role in the immune response. Alcohol is toxic to the liver, so if you drink you are not helping you…rself get well as quickly as you might without the alcohol. (MORE)
Nothing. You're considered 2 weeks pregnant before you even have sex. The 1st day of your period is the start of week one and the best time to get pregnant in a 28 day cycle is around day 14. As the pregnancy calendar goes from the 1st day of the last period you're considered 2 weeks pregnant before… conception takes place. (MORE)
It wont show for sure that you are pregnant on the test until after 2 weeks but there are no worries. If you party before you find out that early there are no worries. Most women do that.
Yes everything you put into your body affects the fetus one way or another. Drugs, drinking and smoking are the worse. They will affect the development of the baby and may cause brain damage and other problems.
If they have not yet become addicted, they are alcohol abusers. After they are addicted, they are alcohol addicts or alcoholics. The principal constituents of addiction are a compulsion to use, rather than choice, and unpleasant effects when trying to stop, known as withdrawal.
Because its a social thing. At one time Irish people used to visitcertain houses in an area and sing songs and tell stories. Thesewere sometimes call rambling houses. Some later became publichouses, more commonly known as pubs. Irish people still meet inpubs. It is part of Irish social life and Iris…h culture, as is thecase in much of northern Europe. Not all Irish people drink alcoholand many go to pubs and drink non-alcoholic drinks, but still enjoya night out with friends. (MORE)
You shouldn't try to do so. Vomiting is your body's way of attempting to prevent alcohol poisoning as a result of consuming too much alcohol.
although its generally a bad idea to drink in pregnancy, many people do not realise they are pregnant immediately, some even arent aware at all until they go into labour, many have drank and smoked while being unaware and have delivered healthy babies. please don't beat yourself up about it and enjo…y the rest of your pregnancy. good luck xx (MORE)
It can. Don't do it. Children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) have a high risk of psychiatric problems, particularly attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder, or both. Often children with FASD are initially diagnosed with ADHD. A new study is the first to exa…mine a range of cognitive factors and social behavior in children with FASD and ADHD, finding that those with FASD have significantly weaker social cognition and facial emotion-processing abilities. (MORE)
Alcohol Chronic diarrhea can be caused by chronic ethanol ingestion. Consumption of alcohol affects the body's capability to absorb water - this is often a symptom that accompanies a hangover after a heavy drinking session. The alcohol itself is absorbed in the intestines and as the intestinal cells… absorb it, the toxicity causes these cells to lose their ability to absorb water. This leads to an outpouring of fluid from the intestinal lining, which is in turn poorly absorbed. The diarrhea usually lasts for several hours until the alcohol is detoxified and removed from the digestive system. Symptoms range from person to person and are influenced by both the amount consumed as well as physiological differences. Alcohol-induced diarrhea is often accompanied by "the follow through" where a feeling that the patient is going to break wind (flatulence) instead becomes an uncontrolled episode of diarrhea. (MORE)
No. That would not be due to the alcohol, and if you are having these pains regularly you should consult with your obstetrician. Drinking and pregnancy are bad news. If a woman drinks alcohol during her pregnancy, her baby can be born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), a lifelong condition involv…ing physical and mental disabilities. Even small amounts of alcohol can be harmful. FAS is characterized by abnormal facial features, growth deficiencies, and central nervous system (CNS) problems. People with FAS might have problems with learning, memory, attention span, communication, vision, hearing, or a combination of these. These problems often lead to difficulties in school and problems getting along with others. FAS is a permanent condition. (MORE)
First of all, why you getting a baby to drink alcohol? Second it will die after getting drunk.
Drinking large amounts of alcohol over a long period of years can scar the liver. However, drinking alcohol in moderation is associated with better health and greater longevity than abstaining from alcohol. .
If you do it just once probably not and you will cause fetal damage if you continue. But most women do something before they know they are pregnant and everything work out fine. Just don't do it anymore.
your baby sleeps 90 to 95 percent of the time. he/she might move when you're asleep!
not really, I mean like a glass of wine now and there wont hurt. but if its dealing with vodka, rum, ext. then no its not safe for the baby. Wine every now and then.
No, you can safely eat fruit and drink juice. It's good for you and the baby.
The abortion pill works up to the 9th week. No other pill works. If you mean the birth control pill or morning after pill, it will not work as soon as you are pregnant.
i really don't know can someone plz tell me cause i think i killed my gerbils babies i kept spuizzing my gerbils stomach allot
No. Stay off the alcohol and relax. The baby will take yr lead and grow up healthy and happy
At 3 weeks it's a embryo, at 10 weeks it's a fetus and from week 38 or when it's born it's called a baby.Terminating your pregnancy is called an abortion.
You will become intoxicated. In addition to that, if the alcohol levels in your body are too high, then you can die of alcohol poisoning.
it doesn't kill but it well effect on him because everything u drink goes to his stumach directly
After any type of surgery you should not drink in till you are fully healed (just because the pain is gone doesn't mean your healed).In short ask your doctor, he/she will tell you if its okay. Drinking will just damage and prolong the healing process.
nothing really apart from try and explain the damage she may be causing to the unborn child and herself