Babies who are affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum are often small and suffer from problems with their organs. Recent HSE research revealed that despite half of Irish people claiming they are aware of illnesses that affect babies exposed to alcohol, just one in 10 have a good understanding of FASD. You can like our main Facebook page here. Our Instagram account can be found here. By Ryan Clarke.
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Drinking During Pregnancy: Is a Little Alcohol Ever Safe for Mom and Baby?
There is no known safe amount of alcohol use during pregnancy or while trying to get pregnant. There is also no safe time during pregnancy to drink. All types of alcohol are equally harmful, including all wines and beer. Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause miscarriage, stillbirth, and a range of lifelong physical, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities.
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Drinking During Pregnancy: Is a Little Alcohol Ever Okay?
MUMS-to-be are warned there is no safe amount of alcohol to drink while pregnant. New research has found that those exposed to alcohol in the womb were more likely to have impaired cognitive issues. Scientists have long said that boozing can cause foetal alcohol spectrum disorder FASD - which can include mental, behaviour and learning problems, as well as physical disabilities. In this latest study, an international team collected data from 19 teenagers known to have prenatal alcohol exposure and 21 healthy teens.
Mothers who drink moderate to high levels of alcohol during pregnancy may be changing their babies' DNA, according to a Rutgers-led study. Building on an earlier Rutgers-led study that found binge and heavy drinking may trigger long-lasting genetic change in adults, the researchers sought alcohol-induced DNA changes in 30 pregnant women and children. They found changes to two genes -- POMC, which regulates the stress-response system, and PER2, which influences the body's biological clock -- in women who drank moderate to high levels of alcohol during pregnancy and in children who had been exposed to those levels of alcohol in the womb. Heavy drinking in women is four or more drinks on at least five occasions in a month.