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what can happen to my child if i decided not to get prenatal care during my 3rd pregnancy at birth or after birth

im not sure how far along but im estimating itds been since 11/30/13, that ive known but since september 5that i can remember having a period

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There is the danger of losing the child during birth. It is important for a pregnant mother to seek prenatal care during her pregnancy so as to monitor the progress of a child and counter any incurring problems. Therefore, it is important that you see your doctor for more information.

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Go to a doctor!
Or.... you could just let natural selection settle it.
Either way.

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First interview midwives. Many work for free and let me stress to check the references. If money is an issue, then spend it on 1 ultrasound, that's important to know what changes to make right now . . . if any.

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Why would you not want your child to have the advantages that other children have whose mothers took care of them selves while they were nurturing their babies? If you haven't had a period for that long, weren't you even a little curious before now that you might be pregnant? Why start your child off in this world at a disadvantage? GO TO THE DOCTOR! PLEASE!

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Knew a lady once who didn't get pre-natal care. When she delivered she had couldn't tell hospital who her pre-natal doc was. They reported her to child services for child neglect and almost lost custody - get to a doc asap.

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You can't even write a coherent paragraph. Think about what you're asking us. Do you have any clue as to what you're doing to yourself---or your unborn child.
Get some help---start with Planned Parenthood, free clinics, or a hospital. I'm sorry. I don't mean to be snarky, but it's time to grow up!

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