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Choosing your pregnancy healthcare providers is an important decision because this is the person/team you will rely on to guide you through your pregnancy. Most women chose an obstetrician. If you do, make sure they have the right credentials, such as being “board-certified”. Some chose a midwife which is a health professional trained to help healthy women during labor, delivery and after the birth of their baby.

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