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  Communicable Diseases

Communicable diseases such as rubella and chickenpox can seriously affect a pregnancy. Before trying to become pregnant, women should consult their physicians to make sure that their immunization is up-to-date.

There are other infections that can be fatal to a fetus for which vaccines do not exist. By taking the necessary precautions, women can protect themselves and their babies from these infections.





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