Substance Use in Pregnancy

Substance use during pregnancy poses significant risks to both the mother and the developing fetus. When a pregnant woman uses substances such as alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, or illicit drugs, it can have serious and lasting consequences for the baby. In conclusion, substance use during pregnancy is a critical public health issue with far-reaching consequences. Education, prevention, and support are vital in helping pregnant women make healthier choices, ensuring the well-being of both the mother and the child.

  • Health Risks for the Mother
  • Risks to the Fetus
  • Long-Term Developmental Problems
  • Legal and Social Consequences
  • Importance of Prenatal Care and Support

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