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What an exciting time for you and your family! With each trimester, there are different developmental stages for you and your baby that your doctor will be monitoring. Here are some key topics to prepare you during your pregnancy. 


  • Add a prenatal vitamin to your daily routine.

  • Research OB's or midwives and establish care with a provider.

  • Put together a list of pregnancy questions to ask your provider.

  • Research more on childbirth and breastfeeding. In person or online classes are both helpful.

  • Research and pick a pediatrician for your baby once they are born.


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Continue to brush and floss regularly and visit your dentist. Harmful bacteria from your mouth can lead to health issues for baby and can cause complications during pregnancy. Most dental insurances cover an extra dental visit during pregnancy. 


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1st Trimester: Baby  will begin to develop a human shape. 2nd Trimester: You can find out baby’s gender. 3rd Trimester: Baby will become more active and grow increasingly. 


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During your pregnancy, its normal to have cravings or, on the flip side, become nauseated by certain foods. However ,maintaining a balanced diet of protein, carbs, fats, vitamins and minerals is super important. You need extra nutrients to help baby grow! 


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The recommended immunizations prior to pregnancy include:

MMR, Varicella, HPV, and Yellow fever, typhoid fever and Japanese Encephalitis (if traveling).

The immunizations recommended during pregnancy include:

Flu Shot, Tdap


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