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SWINE FLU: H1N1 and Your Fertility

FertilityAuthority,  Nov 2009
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Media and health officials have offered repeated advice for avoiding H1N1 this flu season. Simple precautions such as frequent hand washing, covering your cough, staying home if you’re sick, and getting the flu vaccine top the list.

Health officials recommend that pregnant women be among the first to receive the swine flu vaccine, yet some women are concerned about the “unknowns” of the shot and its long-term effects on both mom and baby.

Want to find out more about how you can ward off the virus?

  • Click here to learn about holistic measures you can take to keep it at bay.
  • Click here to find out whether experts say you should be vaccinated against H1N1 if you are TTC or pregnant.
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