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Are you pregnant and looking for support during your pregnancy and your baby’s first year of life? Text4baby is a FREE text messaging program which sends messages to your phone about prenatal care, baby health, parenting and much more! Signing up is easy. Just text BABY to 511411 (or BEBE in Spanish) and you will receive free text messages each week, timed to your due date or your baby’s date of birth.

The messages talk about topics such as labor signs and symptoms, prenatal care, birth defect prevention, urgent local news alerts, developmental milestones, immunizations, nutrition, safe sleep, safety, and much more. If you change your mind and want to stop the messages, all you need to do is text STOP to end messages. You may also text HELP for help at any time.
Text4baby provides pregnant women and new moms with information to help them care for their health and give their babies the best possible start in life.

For more information about Text4baby visit www.text4baby.org

 

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