Smoking in pregnancy
Help to give your baby the best start in life. The sooner you stop smoking, the better it is for both you and your baby.
Every year, smoking during pregnancy contributes to up to thousands of premature births and miscarriages. It also increases the risk of your baby developing respiratory conditions, learning difficulties, problems with their ears, nose and throat. This is due to the chemicals within cigarettes that reduce the amount of oxygen that your baby will receive.
QuitReady provides a specialist Home visiting service for those who want help and support to quit smoking at any point in their pregnancy.