Ontario examine finds hashish use was not increased amongst pregnant girls after legalization

About 10 per cent of sufferers screened constructive for hashish

Pregnant sufferers in a tertiary care centre on the Kingston Normal Hospital didn’t present any increased hashish use post-legalization.

Within the Ontario examine, researchers in contrast ranges of hashish and different substance use earlier than and after hashish legalization in obstetric sufferers.

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Urine samples have been collected from sufferers admitted for labour and supply in September/October 2018 and September/October 2019. In all, about 9.5 to 10 per cent of sufferers screened constructive for hashish.

“Well being care suppliers ought to focus on hashish with sufferers who’re pregnant or planning a being pregnant,” examine authors write.

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