Pregnancy

Algoma Public Health

Pregnancy

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Are you in your reproductive years? Are you thinking about having a baby? Are you pregnant?

Your health is important before, during and between pregnancies. You may have many questions about how to have a healthy pregnancy and where to turn for information. We have lots of valuable information and offer many services to help guide you through this journey.  

  
Check out our new online prenatal class, The Gift of Motherhood

 
eLearning Childbirth Education Program

 

 

 

Not Now

Not Now

 

Find a birth control method that is right for you and your partner.

 

Practice safer sex. Many birth control methods do not protect your from sexually transmitted infections (STIs). STIs, if untreated, may make you sick, and may interfere with your future plans of having a baby.

 

Live a healthy lifestyle. Eat well, be active, maintain a healthy weight, keep immunizations up-to-date, be smoke free, limit alcohol and drug use and limit your exposure to harmful chemicals.

 

Multivitamin for women: all women that could become pregnant should take a multivitamin containing folic acid every day.

I'm Ready
I'm Pregnant
Just Had a Baby
I'm Ready Again

 

 Date of Creation: June 1, 2015

Last Modified: June 1, 2015