Congratulations on finding out you are pregnant. Giving up smoking is one of the best things you can do to provide your baby with the best start in life.

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Negative effects on smoking before, during and after your pregnancy

Positive effects of stopping smoking

Preganacy Calendar

From a little egg to a baby with fingers and toes, it might be hard to imagine how your baby is developing inside of you. Use this pregnancy calendar [external site] to find out how your baby is growing on a weekly basis. Quitting is difficult, but this calendar will provide you with tips to keep you motivated throughout your pregnancy and beyond.


View common questions relating to smoking in pregnancy

Need to know more?

Contact us using the details to the right

Or call the NHS pregnancy smoking helpline on 0800 169 9 169 Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am to 5pm.

Click here for a link to Barnsley Hospital Pregnancy Service


Arrange a call with one of our advisors

Call 0114 5536296 (from a landline) or 07833048200 Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 4.30pm and Saturdays between 9am until 4.30pm



Please let us know when will be most convenient for us to call and we will try and accommodate you. Please note we can only call back within our opening hours and we can only try calling 3 times. So if you don't hear from us within a week please either call us or complete this form again.