Do you wonder how you can reduce the chances your baby will have a birth defect? Is the idea of a birth defect keeping you up at night? Can you stack the odds of having a healthy baby in your favor?
Birth defects are one of the biggest worries moms face throughout pregnancy. I felt the same way. I spent a lot of time reading about and researching ways to cut down on that risk.
Although I knew most pregnancies end with a healthy and happy outcome, birth defects still scared me. I wanted to find every way I could to make sure my baby wasn’t affected by them.
If you’re planning a pregnancy or you’re in the early stages of one, there’s no better time to learn about birth defects than in January — it’s National Birth Defects Prevention Month. With just a few minutes of your time, you can learn all you need to know to give your baby its best shot at a healthy life.
Click here to learn more about birth defects. What you can do to prevent them, the most common birth defects explained, what you should avoid during pregnancy, how you can test for birth defects, and tips for managing & living with birth defects.
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