Your Guide for Preconception Planning

PRECONCEPTION PLANNING

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?:

 

WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE?

 

CONSIDERATIONS FOR POTENTIAL PARENTS:

 

KNOWN HIGH RISK FACTORS FOR THE MOTHER:

 

CONTROLLABLE RISK FACTORS:

 

FDA PREGNANCY RISK CATEGORIES FOR DRUGS:

 

AND FOR THE FATHERS:

Please feel free to reach out with questions to 919-636-5240 or you can chat online, and write us an email. CPCH is here to help you with preconception planning.

Dr. Nicola Gray,
Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill

Author
Dr. Nicola Gray

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