My DH gave up vaping not long after I got my BFP and found it so much harder than giving up traditional cigarettes and you don't get any of the satisfying improvements like coughing up all the tar and being able to breathe better. Also j think you are much more addicted to the nicotine purely because you can vape in more places. He went through a cycle of being really bad tempered, hungry and depressed and is just coming out of it now 3 months later. Prepare yourself! I am so proud of him for giving it up though
One solution is no nicotine vape liquids, you can either vape no nicotine or you could mix them so you are getting less nicotine.
Mice studies- well, if NRT is tested in similar circs, it comes out the same. But most smoking cessation experts say it is better to quit smoking and use a small amount of nicotine in preg if the risk is going back to smoking.
If you use any (i.e. absolutely cannot resist), use a minimal amount and taper off over a few weeks.
But you may find if you can live through this 24 hours, you can keep going!
I find the subject of vaping very confusing . I was told by smoking cessation that I most defo could vape . I asked are you sure about three times lol. She said the nhs have agreed it's safe during pregnancy as long as you don't buy a cheap one ! :/ the vaping company I use to use don't recommend it so I decided not to anyway ... going to my cessation meeting tomorrow. Apparently I can get 12 weeks of nrts on prescription. Was told it was better to go on nicotine replacements than go cold turkey . Good luck with stopping vaping / smoking !