Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Methamphetamine intake during pregnancy is believed to be an increasing phenomenon amongst pregnant women in the US, as reported by medical experts. Having similar effects to cocaine, meth abuse may lead to many negative health consequences, such as extreme weight loss, severe dental problems, mood disturbances, and violent behavior, as well as paranoia, transmission of HIV and hepatitis B and C in some cases. According to new research carried out on pregnant women who use methamphetamine, there is a high probability that some of behavioral problems such as anxiety, depression and moodiness would pass onto their children. To find out more about methamphetamine drug and its health effects during pregnancy – read this book.