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As pregnancy progresses, you’re confronted with a long list of related decisions, from planning for the delivery to decorating the nursery to choosing a pediatrician. You probably have made many of these decisions already. Perhaps you’ve postponed some others because your baby doesn’t yet seem “real” to you. However, the more actively you prepare for your baby’s arrival, the more real that child will seem, and the faster your pregnancy will appear to pass.

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Finding a Breastfeeding Friendly Doctor

It is recommended that expectant parents begin interviewing pediatricians for their baby while they are pregnant. In addition to other questions you may be asking about the office, here are a few questions that you can ask about breastfeeding and hints about the responses you should look to receive.