If you've just found out you're newly pregnant, you may have also just realized that you were drinking in early pregnancy without knowing it. You may also feel confused. While most researchers and doctors maintain that there is no safe amount of alcohol to consume during pregnancy, you may have heard that a glass of champagne at your best friend's wedding is OK. While you might feel nervous about telling your doctor or midwife you unknowingly drank while pregnant, it's always wise to start a conversation to ensure you understand the risks, or perhaps just to help ease your concerns. One of the reasons many people try to plan ahead for pregnancy is to try to avoid accidental exposure to things like alcohol in early pregnancy, which is most likely to happen before you even take a pregnancy test or your missed period.
What to Know If You Were Drinking Before You Knew You Were Pregnant
What to Know About Drinking Before You Know You're Pregnant
I conceived in December. I drank heavily the whole month, it was my 30th birthday, so I celebrated multiple times, Christmas eve, Christmas day, new years. I drank halfway through January. And I found out I was pregnant. I drink hard liquor too, lots of tequila. I told my doc, he said not to worry.
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I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant—and I Drank: Your Real Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Risk
I'll be honest with you. The month my daughter was conceived, my husband and I were on a break from fertility treatments and much wine was consumed. I'll admit, I was terrified I'd inadvertently harmed my baby, but I didn't know. Can drinking before you know you're pregnant cause a miscarriage? It's a very worrisome time.
By Radhika Sanghani. When it comes to pregnancy, one of the most controversial topics is drinking. Most women try and follow the existing guidelines , or avoid alcohol altogether. What about the women who have spent the first few weeks of their pregnancy binge drinking, because they had no idea they were unexpectedly expecting?