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Alcohol and pregnancy
This patient information leaflet is for you if ... you want to know more about the effects of drinking alcohol during pregnancy or while planning to have a baby.
Updated patient information on alcohol in pregnancy
Women trying to conceive and those in the first three months of pregnancy are advised not to drink alcohol, states updated patient ... information published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG). 
BJOG release: Pre-pregnancy alcohol consumption affects alcohol use among pregnant women, suggests new study
Most women who consume alcohol pre-pregnancy will continue to consume alcohol throughout their pregnancy even when healthcare guidelines ... published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
RCOG statement: Alcohol consumption and pregnancy – new BJOG research
A new paper published ... suggests that heavy alcohol consumption during pregnancy increases the risk of low birth weight, preterm birth and small size for gestational ... gestational age (SGA) whilst light alcohol consumption may not affect these outcomes.
RCOG statement on NICE guidelines on alcohol consumption during pregnancy
The Royal ... of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the revised guidelines on alcohol consumption during pregnancy which are in line ... line with the RCOG statement No. 5 Alcohol consumption and the outcomes of pregnancy published in March 2006.
RCOG statement on the new training initiative for midwives on alcohol consumption in pregnancy
Global drinks company, Diageo, will fund a new initiative to train ... 10,000 midwives in England and Wales to offer advice on the dangers of alcohol consumption in pregnancy.
RCOG statement on JECH study looking at alcohol consumption in early pregnancy
Epidemiology and Community Health looks at alcohol consumption from preconception until the end of pregnancy, and suggests how alcohol consumption ... consumption in the first 3 months of pregnancy may heighten the risk of having a premature or small baby. 
RCOG statement on the Department of Health recommendation to avoid drinking alcohol during pregnancy
of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) believes that women should be well informed about the risks of alcohol consumption. Abstinence ... Abstinence from alcohol is the safest option. However, the prevailing RCOG advice remains: low level consumption of alcohol (1 or 2 units
RCOG statement on the BMA report on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
The Royal College of Obstetricians ... Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the BMA’s recommendations on alcohol consumption during pregnancy in the report ... report Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: A guide for healthcare professionals (June 2007).
RCOG policy briefing: New advice on alcohol consumption levels in pregnancy
The Chief Medical Officers of all four nations ... of the UK have published (8 January 2016) new guidelines on alcohol consumption.

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