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IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY CALL 911 OR YOUR PHYSICIAN.
IVF typically has no restrictions to food or medication. However, if you recently had an embryo transfer, IUI, or timed intercourse and are impending results of a pregnancy test; you should consider yourself pregnant and should follow standard pregnancy restrictions such as no alcohol, avoiding strenuous activity, and limiting fish.
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