Studies: Vaccines, asthma, and more During the flu season and for help with several research studies, the Pregnancy Risk Line may also ask if you have received vaccinations before or during your current pregnancy or if you have a diagnosis of asthma.
The purpose of the Pregnancy Risk Line is to offer accurate, timely, and confidential information that will help you avoid problems caused by: Who will I talk to?
You will talk to a staff member knowledgeable about medicines, chemicals and other exposures that can cause pregnancy problems or birth defects.
The Pregnancy Risk Line staff also advises women and their health care providers about the effects of exposures on the breastfed baby and the possible impact on breast milk production.
Mother To Baby Utah (also known as the Pregnancy Risk Line), an affiliate of the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS), is dedicated to providing evidence-based information to mothers, health care professionals, and the general public about medications and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
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We have adopting the Mother To Baby branding to help families and professionals find us easier and better understand our service. Featured Resources: The Pregnancy Risk Line provides valuable information to women who are pregnant, considering becoming pregnant, or breastfeeding, and to their healthcare providers. This free, private, and easy-to-use telephone information service answers questions about medicines, drugs, chemicals, and other environmental exposures that can potentially harm an embryo, fetus, or infant.The Pregnancy Risk Line also answers questions about the flu and flu vaccines.What questions will the Pregnancy Risk Line ask me when I call?The staff will ask some questions to understand your situation: If you are asking about a medication, please have it with you and be ready to spell the name of the medication.The Pregnancy Risk Line tries to get its phone number to as many women as possible and we want to know what ways work the best.So, you will be asked two questions near the end of the call.