Smoking During Pregancy
19th September 2017
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 This week MOS highlights the dangers to both mother and child of smoking during pregnancy.

Risks to the mother, who smokes during pregnancy - 

The risk of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage and premature labour.

Risks to the baby, whose mother has smoked during pregnancy -

The risk of having weaker lungs, and a low birth weight - low birth weight babies are at risk of death and are vulnerable to infection - also breathing difficulties throughout life, risk of retarded growth and development.


 Stopping smoking as soon as possible is seen as the best choice for mother and child.

 Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis

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