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No Risk of FASD
Drinking any alcohol can cause difficulties during your pregnancy. This could result in Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), causing lifelong disabilities for your child. There is no safe time or safe amount of alcohol to drink during pregnancy.
What is #FASD?
FASD stands for Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and is an umbrella term used to describe the range of lifelong disabilities that can occur as a result of drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
Less than 10% of those with FASD will have these recognisable facial features
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You can use this website if you agree to the legal terms set out here, as well as any additional terms on other pages of the site.
We may make changes to our website, including these terms, at any time and without any notice. So you may want to revisit the site from time to time.
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