Thanks for the query.
XANAX and COCAINE are known to cause congenital defects in foetuses in the early first trimester. It is important that you undergo a targeted anomaly scan or nuchal translucency test or NT SCAN to look for soft markers of ANEUPLOIDIES or shall perform USG to look for limb defects if present.
Once the growth is established and defects are ruled out, you may contemplate continuation of pregnancy or if it's an unwanted pregnancy, then you can opt for medical abortion under supervision.
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