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Your Pregnancy Partner

Your partner's support before, during and after your pregnancy is important to you. Having someone to talk with, share concerns with and plan your future as a family with increases the joy and happiness you feel as you go through your pregnancy. While you are probably excited, your partner may feel some anxiety. It's probably important to your partner to share his feelings and concerns with you, too.
Your pregnancy is the beginning of big changes in your life. After the birth of your baby, you will be a family. You will have wonderful experiences to share and perhaps also some hard times to weather. Knowing you can count on one another helps when everything may seem overwhelming. Establishing communication and caring for each other during this "pregnant" time can strengthen the bonds of your relationship and will help you in your future together.
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