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You and your partner should consult with your doctor several months before conceiving. Discuss any habits or lifestyle issues that may adversely affect your fertility. Also, if you have any type of medical condition, assure that is properly treated and that you are on pregnancy-safe medications.

Another consideration is prepregnancy vaccinations. Women who are not immune to chicken pox or rubella should receive vaccination for these ailments prior to becoming pregnant. By following these important steps several months prior to becoming pregnant, you'll rest assured that you have done the most to boost your natural fertility and increase your chances for a normal, healthy pregnancy.

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