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Quit Your Way Pregnancy Service

 

If you are pregnant and want to find out more information about stopping smoking call us on 0141 201 2335 or text 'quit' to 07796937679.

We have specially trained stop smoking advisors ready to help you for FREE. We will provide support and advice all the way through your smokefree journey.  We will also arrange FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) if required.

We offer one to one support sessions in the following venues:

Monday morning

  • Easterhouse Health Centre
  • West Maternity Care Centre

Monday afternoon

  • Easterhouse Health Centre

Tuesday morning

  • Kirkintilloch Health Centre (once every 2 weeks)
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital – Maternity Building
  • Pollok Health Centre

Tuesday afternoon

  • Princess Royal Maternity
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital – Maternity Building

Wednesday morning

  • Drumchapel Health Centre
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital – Maternity Building
  • Bridgeton Health Centre

Wednesday afternoon

  • Clydebank Health Centre
  • Maryhill Health Centre
  • Princess Royal Maternity

Thursday morning and afternoon

  • Springburn Health Centre
  • Royal Alexandra Hospital – Maternity Building
  • New Victoria ACH

Friday morning

  • Vale of Leven Hospital (once every 2 weeks)
  • Inverclyde Royal Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital – Maternity Building (once every 2 weeks)
  • Shettleston Health Centre

Friday afternoon

  • Vale of Leven Hospital (once every 2 weeks)
  • Inverclyde Royal Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth University Hospital - Maternity Building

 

To find out more and to arrange an appointment call 0141 201 2335 or text 'quit' to 07796937679.

 

Carbon Monoxide test at your antenatal booking visit:

When you attend the antenatal clinic for you first visit, the midwife will test your level of carbon monoxide (CO). This is part of your routine antenatal care. The test is simple – you are asked to blow into a machine which will provide a CO reading. This reading will tell you and the midwife how much carbon monoxide is in your system. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas which is breathed in through tobacco smoke.  It reduces the amount of oxygen for you and your baby. If your CO reading is high, you will be referred to us.  An advisor will contact you to discuss your smoking, advise the benefits of stopping smoking for you and your baby, and let you know about the help that is available to stop smoking.