True or False: Alcohol and Implantation?
I got very drunk (not even just a little alcohol, like an amount I would never suggest another person drink) and found out 2 days later at 6dpo that I was pregnant.
My doctor said no worries, the alcohol will do nothing to the pregnancy until the placenta forms.
You know how many many many many women find out they are pregnant shortly after having night out drinking?
Have one, or a few even. Enjoy yourself, this will be your last time doing so. Just do not go overboard!
If alcohol will prevent implantation then I need an exorcist or an paranormal specialist or something to come tell me what is trying to kick its way out of my stomach!
I conceived on July 15th. I drank a fair amount that week, and then we went to the beach and I stayed relatively tipsy for that whole week. I had taken a pregnancy test right before the beach and it was a BFN, so I assumed I wasn't pregnant. Got the BFP the day I got home.
i do agree that simply having alcohol in your system is not a big worry, PP is correct in pointing out that there is not blood connection between you and the babe for a few weeks.
So the question is just about implanting and that is probably a general health thing, So i would make sure to keep it in balance just like everything and drink 2 glasses of water for every shot, or glass or liquor.
The month I got pregnant with my first child, my DH was doing training out of town. So I ditched all my rules because we were only going to be able to dtd like 3 days before I o'd. I didnt think i was going to get pregnant. I went to a wedding out of town in my 2ww and got quite tipsy. I got home a few days later and tested and got a BFP. In my case it was the one month we were not trying very hard that I got pregnant. So relax and have a good time with your DH.
I can't really vouch for the quality of the baby for another few months, though
DH - darling husband
6dpo - six days past ovulation
BFP - big fat positive (preggo test)
2WW - two week wait (the wait between ovulation and you period)
Hope that helps! I am fairly new to these forums too, once you start figuring a few abbreviations out then they all start making sense!