If you’re planning a pregnancy, it’s important to understand how some health conditions and risk factors can affect you and your unborn baby. Some chronic conditions and medications can harm a developing baby, and can even damage your eggs before you conceive.
Pre-pregnancy care should begin at least three months before you plan to start trying for a baby. Some women need more time to get their bodies ready for pregnancy. The information below will help you prepare for a healthy pregnancy.
Having a baby requires a lot of preparation—from regular doctor visits, to choosing a name, to decorating the nursery—let us help you create a reproductive life plan so you have the happy and healthy pregnancy you deserve. Speak to one of our nurses by calling 1-877-878-8785 and pressing option 2.
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