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If you are prescribed or taking any of the following drugs, talk to your healthcare practitioner about treatment or other alternatives:
Opioid pain medications, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, stimulants, anti-depressants, Neurontin (gabapentin), alcohol, illegal drugs such as marijuana, heroin or meth, and non-prescription drugs.
If you are pregnant, or may become pregnant, your baby’s health is dependent on yours. When you use a drug, tobacco, or drink alcohol, it significantly impacts how your baby develops in the womb. Tobacco use can have a big effect on the health of your baby. Tobacco can be even more dangerous to your baby when combined with other drugs.
BABY & ME – Tobacco Free Program™ is an evidence based, smoking cessation program created to reduce the burden of tobacco on the pregnant and postpartum population. Click here to learn more.