Strategies for Prevention or Treatment of Tobacco and Cannabis Use Disorder.
Clinical obstetrics and gynecology
washington; swedish; Cannabis; Female; Humans; Marijuana Abuse; Pregnancy; Smoking Cessation; Substance-Related Disorders; Tobacco
Tobacco and cannabis use in pregnancy are associated with increased adverse perinatal and long-term offspring outcomes. Products for both have evolved with various forms available on the market, challenging accurate counseling of risks and quantification of tobacco and cannabis usage during the perinatal period. Health care providers are recommended to screen for any type of use, provide consistent messaging of harms of tobacco and cannabis use in pregnancy, and offer individualized interventions. The journey to cessation can be complicated by barriers and triggers, lack of social supports, and mental health challenges that should be addressed to prevent relapse and withdrawals.
Women & Children
Obstetrics & Gynecology
DeJong, Katherine N; Choby, Beth; and Valent, Amy M, "Strategies for Prevention or Treatment of Tobacco and Cannabis Use Disorder." (2022). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 6286.