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Reproductive Health and Birth Outcomes Prevention

While the reasons for adverse pregnancy outcomes are unclear, women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should be assisted to make lifestyle adjustments that may help to improve pregnancy outcome. Both men and women should know their family history and discuss their risk for inherited disorders with their health care provider. Other things to consider:

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