|Opis:||Pregnancy is a specific period of women in which a woman's body becomes accustomed to coexisting with a child; at the same time, it is considered a period when the expectant mother must pay special attention to her health. In the first place, it is necessary to ensure the normal course of pregnancy, and at the same time the normal and healthy development of the fetus. This is where illegal drugs are exposed, the use of which affects the unborn child during pregnancy, as it causes the child's addiction, which is terminated at birth. This means that as a result, the child develops a withdrawal crisis, which is manifested by various symptoms. Both theoretically and empirically, the following are most commonly exposed: irritable and inconsolable crying, tremor and tremors, failed sucking, unbalanced temperature, difficulty sleeping, eating, and breathing, cold symptoms.
The long-term consequences that accompany a child over a longer period of life and the consequences that severely affect a child's life have been found to be problematic. At this point, there is talk of brain damage, cessation of breathing, sudden death, as well as various types of infections. Based on empirical work, it is concluded that such acts are not prosecuted; moreover, it should not be a drastic problem.
A number of unanswered questions remain open. Again, on the other hand, we have the answers, but they are unsatisfactory in terms of our results. The purpose is to draw attention to the problem of drug use in pregnancy, and we want to emphasize the under-emphasized rights of the unborn child.|