Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Quitting smoking when you’re pregnant will make you feel better and give your baby a better start in life. The day you quit smoking your body will start to recover. Quitting at any time during your pregnancy reduces the risk of harm to your baby.
You may be feeling a lot of pressure to quit. The decision is yours but don’t forget there’s a lot of support out there to help you if you want to quit.
Quitline has specially trained counsellors to help you during your pregnancy, whether you’re ready to quit or if you're still thinking about it. Quitline can support you right through your pregnancy and in the first weeks after the birth of your baby. Your midwife and GP can also offer information and support. You can ask them for a referral to the Quitline.
The day you quit smoking your body will start to recover; you will feel better.
Find more information on smoking and pregnancy here
For information on smoking and sudden unexpected death in infancy (SIDS/SUDI) click here