Alcohol-exposed pregnancies risk Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

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Did you know?

Alcohol in pregnancy is more harmful than heroin.
It can have a permanent, life-long impact on the developing baby.


UK Chief Medical Officers' Guideline:

If you are pregnant or think you could become pregnant, the safest approach is not to drink alcohol at all, to keep risks to your baby to a minimum.

Drinking in pregnancy can lead to long-term harm to the baby, with the more you drink the greater the risk.  The risk of harm to the baby is likely to be low if you have drunk only small amounts of alcohol before you knew you were pregnant or during pregnancy. If you find out you are pregnant after you have drunk alcohol during early pregnancy, you should avoid further drinking. You should be aware that it is unlikely in most cases that your baby has been affected. If you are worried about alcohol use during pregnancy do talk to your doctor or midwife.

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