How long will it take for marijuana to leave a pregnant womans system/her unborn baby?
marijuana does not scientifically affect the baby however the baby can and may have withdrawls when he/she is born and shake alot, that is the baby having withdrawls, they test the babies poop for the THC and if the baby tests positive your cousin will have the great pleasure of meeting a social worker during her stay at the hospital, and than the great pleasure of being drug tested every week on a call in basis so she will not know what day she is testing, if she smokes pot during this time social services will be kind enough to releave her of the duties of parenting and take her baby away.
When you ask the question “How long does marijuana stay in your system?” you need to take into account the fact that there is no simple answer to this question. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) can stay in a person’s body for as long as 3 to 90 days after smoking or being ingested orally. There are numerous determining factors for how long drug toxins stay in a persons body which vary from person to person, such as the analytical method used, your health, your body weight, metabolism, fluid intake, the type of drug toxin, and the degree of exposure to the drug toxin. The speed at which marijuana leaves your body depends both on the speed of your metabolism, as well as on the half life of THC. It’s estimated that THC can have a half life that ranges anywhere from 1-10 days. It’s almost impossible to find out what that half life is, which means that it is very difficult to use it to calculate how long it will take for all of the THC to leave your body. For this reason, when you ask “How long d