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The city of Milwaukee offers a plethora of care options for expecting mothers, one of the most notable, is that it is possible to find free pregnancy testing in clinics throughout the city. This is really important because if someone suspects that they’re pregnant, it’s better to know sooner so that they can take the proper steps in their life to make sure that their child is healthy. Another resource that expecting mothers can take advantage of is the Milwaukee city website. It offers a lot of information about how to take care of yourself if you’re pregnant, what you should do to prevent premature birth and what should be offered in the first appointment. Which can be very helpful to first time mothers, who don’t know that there are tests to find out if their child will be mentally disabled, or what diseases the child might have contracted. The website also gives advice on why expecting mothers should go to all of their appointments and why it’s important to talk to their doctor about what’s going on in their bodies. It even gives suggestions on what questions expecting mothers should ask. (http://city.milwaukee.gov/health/prenatalcare#.VtTRjJMrKM4)
Aside from the websites, there are also in person resources that expecting mothers such as the Pregnancy Crisis Center, which offers help and advice to expecting teen mothers, in order to keep them in school. That can be helpful, in order to keep their stress levels down, so that they don’t harm their child while trying to force their way through life. Other than that there are countless talk groups and local gatherings where more experienced mothers come together to talk to newer moms about how they can do things to help their child grow and develop in a healthy manner. There are groups who get together to talk to expecting moms about how breast feeding can help the babies health as they grow. Another helpful…...

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