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The risk of fetal anomaly is about 2 times higher in smokers than in non-smokers. There may also be pregnancy problems like placental bleeding, low birtt weight of the baby, preterm labor, miscarriage etc.
Risks of fetal alcohol syndrome is also quite high if you have been taking alcohol throughout the first trimester.
In your case, you have a number of risk factors for fetal anomaly - your age, smoking, alcohol. While chances of a normal healthy baby cannot be ruled out, you also run a very high risk of a fetal abnormality although a specific risk number is ***** to suggest.
Please consult with your obgyn for a checkup and an ultrasound of the pregnancy.
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