Today April 4, 2018, in the program of RNE1 Spain, roundtrip, presented and directed by Manolo HH, have dedicated a few minutes to talk about the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and the importance of diagnosis. It is important to know that the intake of alcohol in pregnancy affects the development of the fetus, specifically the central nervous system, this is derived in what is known as FASD (fetal alcohol spectrum disorders), a set of disorders that can affect the way very different, from the level of a grave or very grave, to the area of ​​learning, behavior, socialization and may also have physical disorders

The diagnosis is fundamental, knowing the origin of the problems makes us manage it in a more positive way

Since there is no safe consumption of alcohol during pregnancy, experts recommend zero consumption. We want to thank Manolo and the entire program team for the opportunity to talk about the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Thank Pilar for sharing her experiences as a mother.

To thank Dr. García Algar for the disclosure of this under-diagnosed

disorder.