“Los futuros padres deben informarse sobre los posibles riesgos y esperamos que estudios como el nuestro puedan ayudar”.
Según los datos de estudio, el número de mujeres embarazadas que consumen cannabis aumenta. Existen varias investigaciones de expertos que muestran que el cannabis podría ser perjudicial para el feto. Podría dañar el desarrollo de su cerebro, y también podría aumentar el riesgo de desarrollar problemas de salud como el asma en el niño.
“Estos resultados ofrecen un paso importante hacia la comprensión de las tendencias en el consumo de marihuana entre las mujeres en edad reproductiva”.
In a study published in the journal Nature, researchers found that 1.4% of the children who were screened in their registries were diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. If the mother had used cannabis during pregnancy, that figure rose to 2.2%. During the study period by the researchers, the use of cannabis was prohibited in Canada.
The Health Canada guidelines say that "there is no safe amount of cannabis use during pregnancy."
Dr Darine El-Chaâr said that some pregnant women often say they use cannabis to reduce pain and vomiting. Some also do it routinely.
The doctor cautions that "there is no safe amount of cannabis use during pregnancy" and says that use can affect a child´s brain development and mental health.
Warnings to this effect also appear on cannabis packaging, and Canadian researchers say that although the possession and use of cannabis is legal in the country and its use is becoming increasingly standardized; Your findings should remind you that there are situations in which it is not safe.
"Intended parents should be informed about the possible risks and we hope that studies like ours can help."
According to study data, the number of pregnant women using cannabis is increasing. There is a number of expert researches showing that cannabis could be harmful to the fetus. It could damage your brain development, and it could also increase your child´s risk of developing health problems like asthma.
"These results offer an important step toward understanding trends in marijuana use among women of reproductive age."