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Getting pregnant at honeymoon is dangerous – Gynecologist

An Obstetrician and Gynecologist at the 37 Military Hospital, Dr. Caroline Ladzekpo has cautioned newlyweds to stay away from pregnancy until after six months because research has shown that conception during the first six months exposes the woman to a condition called Preeclampsia. According to Dr. Ladzekpo, the woman’s system takes time to familiarize itself with the man’s sperm and adjust to it for conception. “It is advisable to wait for at least six months after marriage before conception; by then the body of the woman would have adjusted to…

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