***FAX REFERRAL FORM (FAX TO 858-246-1708)
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MotherToBaby CA offers you another source of support for your patients who are dealing with questions and anxiety about their pregnancy or breastfeeding exposures. Provide your patients with this additional assistance by referring pregnant women directly to our experts. Upon receipt of your referral, a counselor will promptly contact your patient to offer services at a time that’s convenient for them.
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Would you like us to call your patient?
A counselor can contact your patient over the phone about the risks presented by drugs, medications, infectious diseases or other agents during pregnancy.
1. Print the Fax Referral Form, fill-in the required information, have your patient sign the consent to be contacted.
A written summary letter of the current known information about her exposures can be sent to her.
Your patient can provide a copy of this letter to you at her first or subsequent visit, which can be included in her medical file, or she can sign the consent form to have a copy of her letter sent to you.
2. Fax the form to (858) 246-1708.
Many California Obstetricians, Nurse-Midwives, Public Health Nurses, and most San Diego WIC sites and Planned Parenthood Prenatal Clinics use this procedure to help educate their patients/clients.
To educate the public, the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists has compiled fact sheets on various exposures of concern. Fact sheets answer frequently asked questions about exposures during pregnancy and lactation and have been designed to print on a single double-sided page. Click onto the fact sheets page to find more information for you and your patients. You can also refer to LactMed, a Drugs and Lactation Database.
For residents outside of California but in the US or Canada:
For residents outside the United States or Canada:
Contact the European Network of Teratology Information Services.