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Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Resources

MORNING SICKNESS

Morning Sickness
Though usually limited to the first 7 to 12 weeks of pregnancy, approximately 20% of women experience NVP for a longer period of time. Some women may suffer from NVP until the end of the pregnancy.
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DRUGS IN PREGNANCY

Drugs in Pregnancy
Pregnancy, whether planned or a pleasant surprise, brings with it important concerns about prescription and over the counter drugs.
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SUBSTANCE USE

Substance Use
The Alcohol and Substance Use Helpline offers information and counseling to pregnant and breastfeeding women, their families, and health care providers.
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BREASTFEEDING & DRUGS

Breastfeeding and Drugs
Though many drugs are quite safe for a mother to take while nursing her child there are several agents for which safety during breast-feeding is not well-defined and may be a risk to the infant.
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CONDITIONS IN PREGNANCY

Conditions in Pregnancy
Exposure to certain infectious diseases during pregnancy may pose a risk to the unborn baby. Certain chronic conditions and their treatment may also increase reproductive risks.
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INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Cancer in Pregnancy
Exposure to certain infectious diseases during pregnancy may pose a risk to the unborn baby.
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OCCUPATIONAL & ENVIRONMENTAL

Occupational and Environmental
There are thousands of chemicals in use in today's workplaces - and more women at work than ever before.
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HERBAL PRODUCTS & NUTRITION

MotherNature
Natural doesn't always mean safe. But that doesn't stop millions of people, including pregnant women, from consuming naturopathic products.
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EXERCISE

Exercise in Pregnancy
Pregnant or planning a pregnancy and looking for advice on how to start or continue with exercise?
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