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Alcohol During Pregnancy

The general advise to women trying to conceive, or who are pregnant, or have had unprotected sex and could possibly be pregnant, is that the only 'safe' level of alcohol consumption during pregnancy is NO ALCOHOL at all.

This is the advice of the World Health Organisation and experts well informed of the research on FASD (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders).

Information for this article was sourced from the Fetal Alcohol Network (FAN)

For further advice and or information follow the link to the Fetal Alcohol Network.

www.fan.org.nz

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