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Pregnancy Management Center

Pregnancy management involves proper diet and nutrition, regular exercise and avoiding alcohol, caffeine and tobacco smoke. Pregnant women should also be aware of potentially harmful conditions such as toxoplasmosis or rubella. Morning sickness and incontinence are normal in pregnancy. Women with other health conditions should discuss any needed changes to their treatment.

Get your thyroid checked
Did you know that a woman’s risk of thyroid disease increases with age? Or that pregnancy can lead to an underactive thyroid? Learn about diagnosing and treating a sluggish thyroid or an overactive one.

 

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