Thursday, November 15, 2012

Conclusion


Conclusion

Reducing the number of cigarettes smoked during pregnancy reduces the risk of toxic tobacco really the fetus. The explanation is that women will tend to inhale more deeply and more often cigarette smoke to get the same amount of nicotine. So, the amount of carbon monoxide that reach the placenta and fetus will not be diminished.
Therefore, smoking on pregnancy risks and complications persist, even by reducing the number of cigarettes smoked.
Conclusion
The only truly effective method is quitting smoking and avoiding secondhand smoke.
For pregnant women with a very strong addiction of nicotine that fails to quit smoking, a solution can be nicotine replacement therapy.

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