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Smoking and pregnancy

Find out how smoking affects your fertility and pregnancy, and why quitting smoking will improve your health and give your baby the best start in life.

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Smoking, pregnancy and breastfeeding | NT.GOV.AU

Smoking during pregnancy, passive smoking and why you should quit smoking.

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Support to Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking is the best thing that you can do for your health and has many other benefits too.

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The health benefits of quitting smoking

As soon as you quit smoking, your body starts to repair. Find out how.

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Smoking and pregnancy: in pictures | Raising Children Network

Smoking makes it harder to get pregnant and harms your baby if you’re pregnant. For help to quit smoking, call Quitline on 137 848, or speak to your GP.

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How to quit smoking | Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care

Your health will benefit as soon as you stop smoking so find out what steps to follow in order to quit. Learn about different quitting methods and how you may feel during the process. Find out about support that's available to help you, or a friend or family member, quit smoking.

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Effects of caffeine, alcohol and smoking on reproductive outcomes

Some lifestyle behaviours are known to affect fertility, pregnancy health and the health of the baby at birth and in adulthood. Here is what you need to know about how caffeine, alcohol and smoking affect fertility and reproductive outcomes.

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Smoking | Red Nose Australia

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Haemorrhoids self-care - MyDr.com.au

Haemorrhoids (piles) can be inside or outside the anal canal. They are common, particularly after 40 and during pregnancy. Find out what products are available for haemorrhoids.

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Breastfeeding and the Risk of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy | Red Nose Australia

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