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From prenatal to postpartum, your benefits are designed to support you through each stage of your pregnancy.

A healthy pregnancy is just the beginning

We’re dedicated to supporting healthy pregnancies, from early prenatal care in your first trimester all the way through childbirth and the months that follow.

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

To support your health and wellness as well as your baby's, it's important to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Prenatal care and vitamins, proper nutrition and regular visits with healthcare professionals will help support a healthy pregnancy.

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Get Breastfeeding Support

If you need information or help breastfeeding, we cover breastfeeding education and individual coaching by a certified lactation consultant. Pregnant or nursing members can also get a free breast pump kit and milk storage bags at 1-800-411-BLUE (2583).

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To-Do List

During the first, second and third trimester, there are many things you can do to promote good health and prepare for the arrival of your baby. Whether it's scheduling your first prenatal appointment or preparing a hospital bag, make sure you're ready to go.

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Tobacco Cessation

As part of your pregnancy planning, it is important to become tobacco-free if you use tobacco products. You may qualify for a Tobacco Cessation benefit that waives your cost share for certain prescription drugs and over-the-counter tobacco cessation medications when you use a Preferred pharmacy.

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Dos and Don'ts

When pregnant, there are recommended activities and others that you should avoid. Routine exercise and increased water consumption are helpful, while alcohol, raw meat and smoking are best to be avoided.

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Helpful Resources

We’ve put together a list of resources that provide additional information on maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

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Have questions about your pregnancy?

Call the Nurse Line at 1-888-258-3432. We have well-trained, caring professionals ready to answer questions about your pregnancy 24/7. As always, call 911 in an emergency.

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