Cocaine leaves long lasting effects on babies. Cocaine may also be known as bump, toot, c, coke, candy, flake, snow, and crack. When they do cocaine while they are pregnant it crosses the placenta and enters the baby’s circulation. It stays in the baby’s body longer than their mother’s body. According to Organization of Teratology Information Services (OTIS), during the first few months it is a higher risk to have a miscarriage. Later on it can cause placental abruptions. This can lead to severe bleeding, preterm birth, and fetal death. When doing cocaine early during pregnancy mothers have a twenty-five percent chance of premature labor, then the baby has a smaller head and is growth restricted. If mothers do cocaine later on in pregnancy the baby may be born dependent to the drug and suffer with withdrawal symptoms, such as tremors, sleeplessness, muscle spasms, and have feeding difficulties. The baby will also have defects of the genitals, kidneys, and on the brain are also possible.