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What are some questions a pregnant woman needs to consider before going into labor?

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1. Is there someone available who can take you to the hospital at any time?

2. How will you get in touch with that person?

3. Do you have your route to the hospital planned and an alternate route if needed?

4. Who will care for your children when it is time to go to the hospital?

5. If you work outside the home, have you discussed your maternity leave with your supervisor?

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on July 16, 2017
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