- Gestational Diabetes
- Pregnancy With a Heart Condition
- Cardiovascular Conditions During Pregnancy
- Cardiovascular Health
Drugs and alcohol use during pregnancy can affect you and your baby because it can pass through the mother’s blood to the baby. Learn more about what you can do to avoid alcohol, tobacco, secondhand smoke, and other street drugs for the health of you and your baby.
Feeling safe during your pregnancy is very important for your mental, physical and emotional health. There are many things that could make you feel unsafe, but there are also resources available to you if you before, during, and after your pregnancy.
Around the time of your pregnancy, it’s important to give yourself extra care and find support for your mental health. Some people experience mood and anxiety disorders so it’s important to learn about their symptoms and causes.
During your pregnancy, social support from family, friends, coworkers, and/or other people in your community is important for you to feel confident and cared for as you prepare to have a baby. Let’s find the different support systems you have in your life, together!