fetal alcohol syndrome

Renate Lindeman is a mother of two daughters with Down syndrome. She is also a spokesperson for Downpride and the StopDiscriminatingDown
The conditional relationship is very clear: If a woman doesn't drink during pregnancy, her child will have a zero risk of FASD. There is no more motivated group of people then women who are pregnant or who want to become pregnant.
It's time to hold both parents accountable for infertility and fetal health issues.
There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding alcohol use during pregnancy. SELF spoke to the experts, and they answered some common questions for us. Here's what they had to say.
Official medical stance: "Why risk it?"
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When did it become "trendy" again to say, "It's totally fine to have a glass of wine every once in awhile when I am pregnant, right?"
We took a long, challenging, creative journey to help Clark speak. There is nothing in all the world I like better than the sound of my son’s voice.
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It's known that drinking during pregnancy leaves babies vulnerable to a spectrum of abnormalities called fetal alcohol syndrome