Healthy Pregnancy Tips From the CDC



Taking care of yourself, working with your doctor, and getting your home ready are a few ways you can prepare for a healthy pregnancy. You should also get vaccinated against whooping cough and the flu during each pregnancy. Vaccines are an important part of every pregnancy because they help protect you and your baby from preventable diseases. Talk to your doctor about how vaccination during pregnancy can keep you and your developing baby safe. Learn more by visiting http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pregnancy/index.html

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