Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs and Pregnancy
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During pregnancy, women should not use tobacco, drink alcohol, use marijuana, use illegal drugs, or misuse prescription medications. Avoiding these substances and getting regular prenatal care are important to having a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

If you use these substances, you can get advice about changing your behavior. Treatment is available if you have a hard time quitting tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, or illegal drugs. Treatment also is available if you misuse prescription medications. Help often is just a phone call or click away.

This pamphlet explains

  • how tobacco, alcohol, and other substances can affect pregnancy
  • the effects of opioid use during pregnancy
  • safe use of prescription and over-the-counter medications
  • signs that you may have a substance use disorder






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