Open the Search Form. Smoking anytime during your pregnancy is dangerous. Quitting is the best thing you can do for you and your baby. Here are some common myths about quitting and pregnancy. Quitting smoking — at any point during your pregnancy — is one of the best things you can do for your baby. Learn how you can become smokefree during your pregnancy and after your baby arrives.
Smoking During Pregnancy | Smoking & Tobacco Use | CDC
Every day a baby dies in the UK because their mother smoked in pregnancy. Most people know that smoking is bad for you, but if you're a smoker and pregnant it can harm your growing baby too. The good news is that there is lots of help available to quit. When you smoke your baby does too. Every cigarette contains 4, chemicals, which go into your lungs when you smoke.
Wonder about the risks of smoking during pregnancy? How to quit? Whether stop-smoking products are safe for the baby?
Smoking and pregnancy don't mix. Smoking while pregnant puts both you and your unborn baby at risk. Cigarettes contain dangerous chemicals, including nicotine, carbon monoxide, and tar. Smoking significantly increases the risk of pregnancy complications, some of which can be fatal for the mother or the baby.