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Prenatal Care & Planning for Birth
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Whether you're thinking about having a baby or are already pregnant, there’s a lot to consider – like finding an obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN), making sure you’re on top of your prenatal care, choosing a pediatrician for your baby, and preparing for birth.
Your baby’s growth and development begin during your pregnancy. Caring for yourself while pregnant – commonly referred to as prenatal care – is the first step to having a healthy, happy baby.
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