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ok,so i am 17, almost 18, and my boyfriend is almost 18. we are positive we wanna get married, we just need to wait because hes moving to florida , where i live very soon! we reallyy love babies and want one! should we wai til after marriage ? ( we want one now) ( we both have jobs, and enough money and we found a place we could live)
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replied July 19th, 2011
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Teenage pregnancy is associated with risks and complications. Consider postponing your pregnancy plans unless your gynecologist clears you. Discuss your pregnancy plans with your doctor/gynecologist and proceed as instructed. If you are okayed to go ahead, you can go ahead with your pregnancy plans. Maintain healthy diet and lifestyle. Take adequate rest.
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