Risks Of Smoking During Pregnancy

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jeniferlopez - July 23

smoking during pregnancy is also one of the bad habits which are adopted by pregnant women. According to one of the research, if smoking is avoided during the first three months of the pregnancy then all learning and behavioral patterns disorders can be avoided. The reason is that during that time period brain and spinal cord are in the development process. Risks of smoking during pregnancy includes like ectopic pregnancies, placental abruption, va___al bleeding and greater chances of still birth. The babies born might with low birth weight or premature. They might possess birth defects and are underweight as well. Drinking plenty of water could be one of the ways to quit smoking.

 

deenamathew - July 30

Smoking during pregnancy will affects you and your baby's health before, during, and after your baby is born. The nicotine the addictive substance in cigarettes, carbon monoxide, and there are other numerous poisons you inhale from a cigarette are carried through your bloodstream and go directly to your baby Smoking during pregnant will affect you: Lower the amount of oxygen available to you and your growing baby. Increase your baby's heart rate. Increase the chances of miscarriage and stillbirth. Increase the risk that your baby is born prematurely and/or born with low birth weight.

 

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