Better Safety Info in Pregnancy Starts with Your Referral

We Can Help You and Your Patients Make Informed Decisions

MotherToBaby supports MFMs in managing complex and high-risk maternal health conditions during pregnancy. We understand the challenges that you face when deciding on treatment courses when pregnancy safety data may be lacking or inadequate. Our resources will help you weigh the risks and benefits as you determine a treatment plan that maximizes disease management and minimizes maternal and fetal risk.

We provide no-cost, evidence-based information on medication safety that will help you and your patient make informed treatment decisions. We are also dedicated to furthering the information and understanding of medication safety in pregnancy through our observational MotherToBaby Pregnancy Studies. We are proud to lead more than half of all Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-mandated pregnancy registries conducted in the U.S. With your referral, you are helping us generate data that will lead to improved product safety information in pregnancy, thereby providing you and your patients with the evidence you need to make more informed treatment decisions.

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Advancing Medication Safety Information in Pregnancy

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine is partnering with MotherToBaby Pregnancy Studies to encourage our member physicians to refer your pregnant patients to pregnancy exposure registries. With your help, these registries will yield much-needed safety information on medication use in pregnancy.

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Disclaimer: MotherToBaby Fact Sheets are meant for general information purposes and should not replace the advice of your health care provider. MotherToBaby is a service of the non-profit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS). OTIS/MotherToBaby encourages inclusive and person-centered language. While our name still contains a reference to mothers, we are updating our resources with more inclusive terms. Use of the term mother or maternal refers to a person who is pregnant. Use of the term father or paternal refers to a person who contributes sperm. Copyright by OTIS, January 21, 2022.