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Radiation and pregnancy : a fact sheet for the public
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    Prenatal Radiation Exposure -- Increased Cancer Risk -- Other Risks from Radiation Exposure.

    Note: If you are pregnant (or if you are thinking about getting pregnant) and you have questions about how radiation exposure could affect you or your pregnancy, you should talk with your doctor. Your doctor can help you better understand the risks of radiation exposure to you and to your developing baby.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has prepared this fact sheet to help you understand the possible health effects to your fetus from exposure to radiation.

    For more information, visit, http://emergency.cdc.gov/radiation or call CDC at 800-CDC-INFO (English and Spanish) or 888-232-6348 (TTY).

    prenatal.pdf

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