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Are edibles or cannabis oil okay to use when I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?

Are edibles or cannabis oil okay to use when I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?


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No. Research is ongoing, but most experts, including the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists and the American Academy of Pediatrics, recommend against using any type of weed while pregnant or breastfeeding.

Ingesting marijuana edibles or cannabis oil is no safer for your baby than smoking weed. The chemicals in weed – including THC (the ingredient that makes you high) – pass from you into your unborn baby's system through the placenta when you're pregnant and into your nursing baby via your breast milk, just as they do when you smoke.

Edible marijuana products (such as cookies, brownies, and candy) and cannabis oil might even be riskier than smoking, because they typically have much higher amounts of THC than what you smoke. Similarly, synthetic marijuana can have much more serious effects than natural weed. But marijuana in any form is not less risky than other drugs just because it's "natural."

Not only could these products harm your baby's development, they can also impair your judgment and ability to be an attentive parent.

There are legal risks, too: In 23 states, using drugs during pregnancy is considered child abuse. Women risk losing custody of their children, and several states require women who use drugs during pregnancy to undergo mandatory drug treatment. Three states threaten criminal charges. To find out about the law where you live, check the Guttmacher Institute's summary of state policies.

Learn more about why it's not safe to use marijuana during pregnancy and why it's not safe to use marijuana when you're breastfeeding.


Watch the video: The Cannabis Doula: Cannabis Use During Pregnancy, Childbirth, u0026 Postpartum! (June 2022).


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