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    An_252871 posted:
    My husband and I are trying to have a baby, and I was wondering what is some good articles I can read to get some information about pregnancy for everything I need to know. I just want to make sure I know everything I need to before getting pregnant so I don't hurt the baby. I don't smoke or drink so that's one good thing I know some thing but I want to make sure of all of them.
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    navix2013 responded:
    Hey there! There's so much info out there for you to almost over-research and a lot of it can actually be inaccurate. Here is a good article that will give you some good tips while keeping it simple. Enjoy!

    http://navixmarketplace.com/blog/20-tips-for-a-healthy-pregnancy/


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