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Advice for the mom-to-be
Taking a home pregnancy test? Make sure to follow the directions closely. This will help you get an accurate result.
Calculate your due date
How your baby develops in the womb
Quiz: Reproductive health
This week's FEATURE
Are you pregnant?
Some things a woman just knows. And in some cases, being pregnant is one of them. Some women even start to feel pregnant within a few days of conception. But more often, physical symptoms start to raise a woman's suspicions. If you think you may be pregnant, a test can help you find out for sure. You can take a urine test at home or go to your doctor's office for a urine or blood test.
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Healthy enough
for two

Tips for a healthy pregnancy.
Week 1
Trying to conceive? Don't wait for a positive test to start acting pregnant. Talk to your doctor now about things like prenatal vitamins, medicines you should or shouldn't take, and the best diet for you.
CDC, Division of Reproductive Health
This site is a good place to go to start learning about pregnancy.
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