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  1. Arti says:

    As a result, the baby is born with NAS. The treatment of an opioid use disorder during pregnancy can be difficult. However, when a prescription drug is used outside of the instructions or for chronic pain, the risk of developing an opioid use disorder increases. When prescription instructions are followed, the chances of becoming addicted are decreased. No, not everyone taking a prescription opioid becomes an addict. Opioids are useful for treating acute pain through short-term use. The regulation discusses patient education about the prescribed opioid, the risk of addiction and documentation of those conversations by healthcare providers. Chronic pain will last for a prolonged period of time. Chronic pain will last for a prolonge Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) can happen when a pregnant women is abusing opioids while pregnant.

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