When you’re at the front of the line, the first thing you need to know is what to do if you’re pregnant

You’re pregnant.

You want to know if you should take a pill.

You’re breastfeeding.

You need to find out if you have a preexisting condition.

Or maybe you’re feeling overwhelmed and feel like you can’t take it.

You could have a fever, an infection, a low-grade fever.

And you could be putting yourself and others at risk.

But if you know that you have preexistent conditions, you’re probably not the first one to know about them.

You can help save lives by making informed choices and using the resources available to you.

There are many resources available that you can use to learn more about these conditions.

This article covers the basics of how to know for certain whether you’re likely to have a condition, and how to do the right thing to avoid complications.

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