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What factors make up a healthy pregnancy?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Some factors: Avoid tobacco, caffeine, alcohol, illicit drugs ; unnecessary medications. Remain physically active and eat healthfully. Take your prenatal vitamins and keep all prenatal appointments. Take care.

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How could i make sure I have a healthy pregnancy, I have cystic fibrosis?

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Talk to your doctor: Talk to your CF doctor and your high-risk obstetrics doctor. Making your nutrition the best and controlling lung infections are crucial and adjusting your medications for best safety while pregnant are important. If you are generally in good health and take good care of yourself, pregnancy can go very well.

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