I'm not sure if I want to have a baby

...so I am going to take my time and decide what is right for me. 

Deciding if you want children is a big decision and a personal one. It also isn’t the easiest decision to make. You will want to consider the status of your relationships, finances, and career as well as your personal goals and priorities.  Maybe now isn't the right time.  Maybe you'll decide be pregnant next year.  Maybe you'd rather leave it up to the universe.  Maybe you'll decide to forgo childrearing altogether.  Whatever you decide, we have some information below to help you take weigh your options and think about what’s best for you as you make this big decision.  No matter what you decide you, your health is a top priority!

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