A Pregnant Woman Who Could Not Stop Drinking: Management of Alcohol Abuse in Pregnancy
Alcohol abuse during pregnancy has been found to be harmful for pregnancy outcome and the health of the unborn child . In addition to this, alcoholism in a pregnant mother also harms her social environment, her transition to motherhood, and her relationships with her partner, relatives, friends, and also healthcare providers [1, 2].
KeywordsPregnant Woman Binge Drinking Alcoholic Beverage Alcohol Exposure Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
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