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NIDA. (2017, November 14). Pregnant? Concerned About Opioid Use? Poster. Retrieved from https://archives.drugabuse.gov/publications/pregnant-concerned-about-opioid-use-poster

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Pregnant? Concerned About Opioid Use?
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Provides information and resources to seek treatment.

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National Institute on Drug Abuse
Date: 
November 2017
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Caring for the well-being of our children is our traditional way. Using opioids (e.g., prescription pain pills, heroin, fentanyl) without a medical provider’s guidance during pregnancy can have devastating effects on the baby. Learn of ways to have a safe and healthy baby. For more information please see - Treating Opioid Use Disorder During Pregnancy (Policy Brief).

There is help. If you would like help ask your primary care provider or call a local substance use disorder treatment program. For more information please see - Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) (SAMHSA).

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