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Hey guys I just found out that I’m pregnant is their any side effects that could happen if your doing spells while carrying a baby
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not to my knowledge, but you should observe your body, if you feel tired i wouldn't cast spells. i've read/spoken with many pregnant pagans who try to have a more spiritual connection with the process. yes there are days where they're really tired or sick, but they might try meditating and focusing on the child, cast spells for the child [protection being a big one] as well as the normal eating super healthy and whatnot. as far as casting spells, never heard of anything bad besides feeling tired after a spell. just be mindful and aware is really the best you can do, if you feel nervous, then hold off on the spells.
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I haven't ever heard of any sife effects, but I highly doubt they exist. Just don't do any working you find physically taxing, and try not to consume any herbs or substances you aren't a hundred percent certain of.
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Congratulations! You are already doing the greatest magick a woman can do. Blessings.
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I agree with the previous coments. If it makes you feel more secure, you could try a protection ritual for your child before casting a spell, but I don't think there could be any sie effects.

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