“I believe that a pregnancy will happen when it’s supposed to.”
We all know that pregnancies aren’t always planned! Some women want to be surprised, or if it happens, it happens. You may not be actively trying to get pregnant but also not taking birth control regularly. If you’re OK if you become pregnant this year, it’s important you’re as healthy as possible before you conceive so your baby can be healthy too. Talk with your health care provider about steps get and stay well.
Did you know? About 85 out of 100 sexually active women who do not use any birth control can expect to become pregnant in a year.
Learn more about steps to a Healthier You with the CDC’s Show Your Love campaign: