In a recent article discussing the topic of marijuana use during pregnancy, Mark P. Trolice, MD, FACOG, FACS, Board-Certified in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, offers valuable insights and cautionary advice. Dr. Trolice emphasizes the potential risks associated with marijuana use during pregnancy, stating that “the use of marijuana during pregnancy can have adverse effects on both the mother and the developing baby.” He further explains the importance of open communication between patients and healthcare providers to ensure informed decision-making regarding marijuana use and its potential impact on pregnancy outcomes. This article delves into Dr. Trolice’s expert perspective and provides important information for expectant mothers who may be considering or currently using marijuana during their pregnancy.

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