Tobacco and pregnancy: are you ready?

As you know, smoking hurts your health and that of your future baby, that of your child .... But despite all the recommendations, some misconceptions remain. Would you know the truth from the wrong?

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Most smokers stop smoking when they become pregnant.

That's right. It's wrong.


It is estimated that 37% of women smoke when they announce their pregnancy. 20% of them continue to smoke during all or part of these nine months and for the most part give up breastfeeding their child because of tobacco.