We Can Help You and Your Pregnant and Lactating Patients Make Informed Decisions
Internists play a vital role in providing comprehensive care to women who are or may become pregnant or who are breastfeeding. Here at MotherToBaby, we understand the challenges that you face when deciding on treatment courses when your patient is pregnant or lactating. No matter if your patient has hypertension or diabetes, depression or anxiety, digestive problems or respiratory problems, our resources will help you weigh the risks and benefits to both mom and baby as you determine a treatment plan that maximizes disease management and minimizes maternal and fetal/infant risk.
Even perfectly healthy patients may have questions about the potential impact of over-the-counter medications, workplace exposures, or cosmetic treatments during pregnancy or lactation – we can answer those questions, too. Whether your patient is engaged in preconception planning, already pregnant, or postpartum, our resources will help you and your patients make more informed decisions to reduce risk to both mom and her developing baby.
Pregnant women suffering from medical disorders need to be cared for by internists as well as by obstetricians. The internist has to play a key role in coordinating care every time a pregnant woman suffers from a medical disease that touches his area of expertise.— Pourrat, 2005
Explore how we can help you and your pregnant and breastfeeding patients by providing no-cost exposure risk assessments, patient education materials, observational studies to monitor pregnancy outcomes, and more.
Explore our fact sheets are easy-to-read patient education materials that are available in English and Spanish.
Discover our observational studies on a variety of medications and maternal health conditions, and learn how to refer your patients.
Contact us for no-cost, evidence-based info on exposures during pregnancy or breastfeeding by phone, text, email, and chat.
Order free patient education materials and provider resources about both our information service and our pregnancy studies.
Learn about our partnerships with organizations that share our interest in promoting the health of moms and babies.