Are you pregnant and feeling like you know that you should be doing something but you're not sure what? I remember when I got my first positive pregnancy test I paced the house for a while just feeling like I didn't know what to do with myself. I immediately wished I had some kind of pregnancy checklist to get started on.
When you're pregnant, especially toward the end of your pregnancy when your time is running out, you're going to feel like your pregnancy checklist is never-ending and possibly a bit overwhelming.
I've got to admit, I LOVE CHECKLISTS. They keep me sane. When I can mark one more thing off of my current list, I feel accomplished and like I have my ducks in a row. That's why I created this complete pregnancy checklist for you to keep track of throughout your entire pregnancy.
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Week by Week Pregnancy Checklist
So, I've put these items as chronological as possible, but each pregnant mama is different. You might find that some of these things are SO important that you want to get them checked off of your pregnancy checklist right away. Others, you might cross off immediately because it's just not important to you at all. That's ok!
As long as you use this pregnancy checklist as a general guide to accomplish the major pregnancy to-dos, you'll be right on track.
Start journaling your pregnancy right away
You don't need a due date in order to try to keep track of your pregnancy.
You need a journal that will help you document your feelings, symptoms, and experiences from the very beginning.
Not to mention, you're going to need a place to put all of your bump pics that I know you're taking.
The Ultimate Pregnancy Journal & Planner has a place for you to do all of that and so much more. Plus, it has printable PDF checklists for you to print out for each stage of your pregnancy.
Get in the habit of taking your supplements
Hopefully you've been taking a prenatal vitamin since before you got pregnant, but if not, make sure you start ASAP.
You and your provider should go over what supplements are right for you and your specific needs during this pregnancy.
Whatever you and your provider decide is best for you, make sure you get into the habit of taking your supplements every day around the same time to make sure you grow a healthy little nugget in there.
Adjust Your diet
Once you find out that you're pregnant, you're going to want to make adjustments to what you eat, drink, and otherwise ingest.
A few things to keep in mind when adjusting your diet:
- Eliminate alcohol
- Limit Caffeine
- Avoid soft cheeses, deli meat or undercooked eggs or meat
- Be smart about the fish you consume
- Stop smoking
- Stop any drug use that is not prescribed and being monitored by your provider
Here's what you can and should be eating more of during your pregnancy:
- Lots of fresh veggies
- Plenty of fresh fruits
- Fully cooked eggs
- Lots of water and fluids
Determine your Due date
Before you go to your first appointment, you want to have a general idea of how far along you think you are in your pregnancy.
There are a couple of ways that you can determine how many weeks you are in your pregnancy before you go to the doctor.
Find a Provider You Trust
Start looking for the provider that is right for you as soon as possible. You need to get your first appointment scheduled between around 8 and 12 weeks of pregnancy.
It might take a while to get your first appointment, depending on your insurance and what provider you're trying to see so please don't wait to the last minute to start looking.
Trust me, finding the right provider can be totally worth the wait. As long as you can find a provider before the end of your first trimester, you're right on track.
Sign up for my week by week pregnancy email course
Especially if this is your first pregnancy or if you aren't pregnant along with any of your close friends, you might need some extra support throughout your pregnancy. This Free Week By Week Pregnancy Email Course will help you figure out what to expect at each week of your pregnancy from positive pregnancy test all the way through delivery.
Sign up for free and start getting weekly pregnancy updates from me! Girl, I'm here for you. Let me be a part of your first mom tribe.
Read a pregnancy book
When I got pregnant for the first time, I already had a lot of knowledge about pregnancy and delivery because of my profession. Still, I bought myself a classic pregnancy book to read through the eyes of a soon-to-be-mom.
I feel like it's one thing to know facts. It's a whole other thing to actually prepare yourself for what you can expect to happen to you.
I enjoyed reading a pregnancy book during my first pregnancy. It really helped me relax and understand what was going on with my body at every stage. I think that you'll enjoy it too.
Stock up on Pregnancy must haves
Having a baby can be overwhelming because there is so much that baby needs after you deliver! But what about what YOU need? There are a few things that you'll end up needing (and loving) that help you get through your pregnancy.
The mistake that some moms make (like me, the first time around) is waiting until you really need it before you buy a pregnancy product. Instead, I've found it incredible helpful to have some essential pregnancy must haves on hand before I need them so that when the time comes that I'm getting uncomfortable, I don't have to do my research, make a purchase, and wait for it to arrive before getting relief.
Here are a few of my favorite pregnancy must haves that I would stock up on now so that you can use them when the inevitable time comes that you'll need them.
- Pregnancy pillow
- Stretch mark cream or oil
- Maternity jeans or shorts
- Maternity Leggings
- Exercise Ball
Take care of your skin
Your skin will change in many ways throughout your pregnancy. It can become more sensitive, it might react to sun exposure differently, and don't forget those pesky stretch marks.
Start taking care of your skin and trying to prevent stretch marks as early as possible.
One of the best ways to take care of your skin during pregnancy is to stay hydrated. Drinking enough water can do wonders for your skin and even help prevent stretch marks.
I also recommend this cream and oil for preventing stretch marks. I've been using both products throughout my second pregnancy and love them. My usual routine is to put the oil on at night before bed and the cream on in the morning after a shower.
Whatever your routine is, make sure you're paying attention to your skin and treat it well.
- Related Read: How To Rock Your Summer Pregnancy
Celebrate Each Pregnancy Milestone
In the beginning of your pregnancy, you might feel like you have a long way until your first pregnancy milestone. At the end of your pregnancy, you might feel like all the milestones have been met. Trust me, there are more pregnancy milestones than you might not remember. Check out my post on how to celebrate each little milestone at every stage of your pregnancy.
I suggest that you use a calendar dedicated to just pregnancy milestones. When you reach each one, find ways to celebrate your progress and mark it on the calendar!
The Ultimate Pregnancy Journal and Planner comes with a 24 month calendar that would be perfect to document milestones big and small during your pregnancy and first year of motherhood.
Announce your pregnancy
This is a fun one!
I'm not one to tell you to wait to announce your pregnancy. I think that you should announce that you're expecting a baby at any point that you feel like doing it. Don't worry about waiting until your doctor says that it's “safe” to announce. Don't wait until social media tells you its “acceptable” to announce. Announce your pregnancy when your heart tells you that the time is right.
The time that feels “right” might be different depending on who you're announcing to. I don't expect that you'll tell your mom and your boss that you're pregnant on the same day.
Talk to your partner about when and how you will announce your pregnancy. There are so many adorable ways to announce your pregnancy now a' days. I feel like the options are endless.
Get into a pregnancy workout routine
This isn't exactly something that you can mark completely off of your pregnancy checklist. Getting appropriate exercise during your pregnancy is something that you need to be continuing throughout each trimester.
Read this excellent post on pregnancy fitness to get an idea about what kind of workouts you should be including in your new routine.
Oh, and don't forget to include your pelvic floor exercises such as Kegels in your pregnancy exercise routine. (super important)
Talk about baby names
It's totally possible that you have had your name picked out since before this baby was ever conceived. But there is something about naming a baby that makes you question your decisions.
Even though my husband and I had our name picked out for our first son well before he was ever conceived, we still had to go over lists and write out our favorites to be absolutely sure. Naming a baby is no small task! This child will walk around with this name for the rest of his or her life!
If you need help looking for some really great baby names, I have a few great posts lined up for you to look through.
- 25 Strong Baby Boy Names with Meanings
- 75 Hippie Baby Names To Name Your Boho Baby
- Uncommon Girl Names With Beautiful Meanings
- Unique Unisex Names That You'll Want To Name Your Next Baby
Make a dentist appointment
It seems strange but having excellent oral hygiene in pregnancy is actually crucial to the health of your pregnancy.
Make an appointment for a check up and a cleaning with your dentist. Just be sure to let them know that you are pregnant so they can anticipate how they will have to adjust your treatment due to pregnancy before you show up.
Register for your baby shower
You can start your registry at any time in your pregnancy, but around midway through your pregnancy is probably a pretty good time to start thinking about what you need and want for your new baby.
I highly recommend using Amazon Baby Registry because it is the absolute best registry that you can find. It has the biggest selection of baby products out there, you get a free welcome box, a 15% completion discount AND the opportunity for group gifting.
If you have no idea what to register for and you need some help figuring it all out, I have a comprehensive list of everything you need to register for before you have a baby. You can register straight from my post. It's a no brainer. Check it out and Download The Free Printable Baby Registry Checklist to make sure you've got everything on the list.
Schedule Your Anatomy Scan
At about the midpoint of your pregnancy (20 weeks or so), your provider will schedule you for your anatomy scan. This is the big ultrasound of your pregnancy.
During this scan, your ultrasound tech will make measurements and assessments of your baby to check for abnormalities, anomalies, size, possible genetic or chromosomal problems, etc.
Make sure you and your partner have talked about whether or not you want to find out the sex of your baby before this appointment. This is the ultrasound at which they can tell most accurately if your baby is a boy or a girl.
Prepare For Maternity leave
I'm sure you've been looking into what maternity leave is all about, what you can expect, and how to go about it. But part of your pregnancy checklist is cracking down and getting your ducks in a row to make going on maternity leave as seamless as possible.
You're going to need to talk to your boss, call your HR department, and look into your state disability laws before the time comes that you go out on leave.
Although you probably won't go off work until around 36 weeks gestation (for a low risk mom and baby), you need to start looking into it early. It can get complicated. If you're a part time employee, you might have to pick up extra hours to earn all of your time off!
Another huge aspect of being ready for maternity leave involves talking to your partner about budgeting for maternity leave and what to expect in terms of how long you'll be off work.
Pregnancy can be overwhelming for some women. If you've got a lot going on and too much on your plate, your body is probably exhausted and you might be emotionally overwhelmed trying to get everything together before your due date.
Take some time for yourself this week to get that mani/pedi that you've been needing, book a prenatal massage, and sleeeeeep. These are the things that are going to be a struggle to get once the baby comes. Get it while you still can.
Do not ignore your own needs when marking off items on your pregnancy checklist. Don't skip over the ones that focus on your self care. You deserve time for yourself in this stage of your life where you're often the most selfless you've ever been.
Have a talk with your partner about life with a baby
Pregnancy is easy compared to parenthood. You might be absolutely ROCKING this pregnancy thing but parenting this new baby is expected to be a bit more challenging.
Have a conversation with your partner about your parenting expectations. Who is going to do the feedings? The diaper changes? Will you have a bedtime routine? How do you feel about sleep training? Do you both agree on your stance on vaccinations?
These are all important questions to talk about and get on the same page about before the baby comes.
Look for a pediatrician
I've talked about this before.
Don't stress too much about finding your long-term pediatrician during your pregnancy.
Do your research, get some recommendations, and look into possibilities when it comes to a pediatrician you might use. But unless your baby is supposed to have a procedure done after birth, you have some time to look around for your perfect-fit-pediatrician after your baby is born.
Don't get me wrong, though, finding a pediatrician that has your same core values is absolutely important. It's not a decision to take lightly. Looking into what you want from your pediatrician is a great idea.
Take a babymoon
Speaking of getting pampered, girl, go on vacation.
Every new mama (and daddy) needs a get away before the baby comes. A babymoon can mean anything from a weekend staycation to a week long vacation overseas. If you need some babymoon ideas regardless of what your budget or time allotment is, find all of my baby shower tips in this important post.
Plan a baby shower
A baby shower is something that every new mama needs. Whether it's your first baby or your fourth, a new baby requires a lot that your friends and family can help you with.
It doesn't matter if you have a huge party with all of your loved ones or a small gathering of your closest girlfriends. A baby shower is a milestone in your pregnancy that you don't want to miss.
The best part about a baby shower is not the gifts. Although it is nice to get some diapers and wipes to stock up on, the real reason that a baby shower is essential on your pregnancy checklist is because it is an opportunity to celebrate your pregnancy. You get to show off your bump, talk about baby names, and dream about what your baby might look like. These are the moments with the people that care about you that you will remember forever.
Planning a baby shower is not easy. Start planning your baby shower or get in touch with the gal that's hosting your shower as early as possible. Hopefully the baby shower should land somewhere around 32 weeks or so.
Get the nursery set up
Arguably the most fun part of your pregnancy checklist – setting up your baby's nursery!
I know you've got dreams about what your baby's room will look and feel like. But I can admit that it can be difficult to get everything ready in a short amount of time. From building the crib and the dresser to setting up the baby monitor and hanging a baby mobile, you might actually find yourself feeling overwhelmed.
My advice to you is to take it easy, do one thing at a time, and don't stress out about making the nursery 100% complete before the baby arrives. Most of the time, your newborn baby does not need a room to himself. Your baby is probably going to be sleeping in your room for the first 6 months anyway.
Plus, come on, newborn babies don't play with toys, read books, or appreciate decor at this point. Give yourself a break when it comes to making your nursery Pinterest worthy right away.
What you're going to need is a functional changing station, an organized dresser with your baby clothes and blankets, and a safe place to place your baby (like a crib) when you need to put baby down during the day (if your baby is sleeping in your room at night).
Get Tested For Gestational Diabetes
You're coming up to your third trimester and your doctor wants to make sure that your body is handling the pregnancy as well as you are.
Some women develop gestational diabetes (GDM) at this point in pregnancy and it is absolutely important to find out if you are one of those women.
Getting tested for gestational diabetes is not something to be afraid of, something to outsmart, or something to avoid. Make sure you learn what to expect from your pregnancy glucose test before you test.
Take A Online Prenatal Course
Mama, pregnancy might seem long sometimes but the honest truth is that labor is right around the corner.
Make sure that you prepare yourself with a quality prenatal course before you are thrown into labor not knowing anything about what you're getting yourself into.
Coming from a labor and delivery nurse, I'm telling you that the best thing that you can do for yourself and your labor experience is to prepare yourself for what to expect. The women that come into the hospital knowing what to expect and understanding what they can do to manage their pain do significantly better than the women who are terrified of labor because it's a complete mystery to them.
I have two birth courses under my belt and both of them are incredible. Both of these courses are created by labor and delivery nurses, like me! I trust them 100% in preparing you for your labor.
- Birth It Up by Liesel over at MommyLaborNurse hosts an incredible course that is super affordable and an incredible resource for mamas that want to try to have the most natural birth experience that they can.
- Online Prenatal Course for Couples by Hillary at Pulling Curls hosts a comprehensive labor and delivery course that is worth every penny of her a-little-bit-higher price point. She dives into the nitty gritty and makes sure to involve your partner.
Start Doing Your Kick Counts
The third trimester is wonderful for so many reasons. I know, I know, it's also hard for a number of reasons but I still love the third trimester.
Taking time out of your day to focus on your baby and his/her unique movements is a special way to bond with your baby before they are born and something that you'll need to check off of your pregnancy checklist every single day from here on out.
Doing your kick counts consistently can save your baby's life. Learn why kick counts are so essential and how to do them correctly here.
Make sure you have all of the newborn essentials
Do you know what you want most out of your baby shower that is right around the corner? What are your priority items? Are there things that you will purchase for yourself and not rely on gifting for? What do you need to have in order for you to feel like you have everything you need before baby comes home?
If you're not planning on taking advantage of Amazon's baby registry completion discount and getting absolutely everything on your list and you just want to make sure you have the absolute essentials, not to worry. You don't need to sift through all of the cute, non-essential stuff to figure out what you really need.
If you are looking for the bare-bones basics and need more of a minimalist list of things you need before you bring your baby home from the hospital, check out this Newborn Essentials Checklist.
Write Your Birth Plan
Coming from a labor and delivery nurse, this is a surprising point on your pregnancy checklist.
It's true that you can go ALL WRONG when writing a birth plan but overall, if you are realistic and educated about what you put on your birth plan, you can absolutely make all of your childbirth wishes your reality.
You can type up your own birth plan in a word document, download a free generalized birth plan somewhere on the internet, or Download your very own customizable birth plan that is completely specific to you.
Go on a Hospital tour
Part of getting into the right mindset for a good labor and delivery experience is going on a tour of the place that you plan to deliver.
Print out some questions that you have for your tour guide and make note of the things that are important to you.
Getting a feel for how your hospital operates can give you some piece of mind when you walk up during labor and feel like you're in a familiar place and understand what to expect.
I have some important questions prepared for you in The Ultimate Pregnancy Journal and Planner along with questions for your provider, questions for your pediatrician and so much more.
This is a fun little option on your pregnancy checklist that isn't actually required but I highly recommend it.
The reason why I absolutely recommend a professional maternity photoshoot is because it's your chance to splurge on memories. You and your partner (and older kids if you have them) will dress up and hang out together taking professional pictures that capture your happiness, excitement, and beauty in these last moments of pregnancy.
I look back on my maternity shoots with such love. When you are pregnant and uncomfortable, you don't always feel beautiful. But after that baby comes, you'll look back on that belly with appreciation and realize how beautiful and amazing it really was.
Check Off Your Newborn Checklist
Different from your newborn essentials checklist, this newborn checklist is what you're going to want to power through to make sure that you have done all-the-things that you need to do in order to safely and confidently bring your newborn baby home.
This isn't so much about products that you need, but tasks that need to be completed. Some moms focus 100% on the products and forget that they are going to need to do something with those products.
Sift through this newborn checklist to feel confident that you are prepared to bring a helpless little bundle of love into your home very soon.
Wash and organize baby clothes
Although this sounds like a chore, it's the sweetest chore that you'll do. Taking off the tags, washing the clothes, and then finding a permanent home for your baby clothes is all kinds of rewarding.
You get to hold each article of clothing in your hands. You're going to feel how tiny they are and image how adorable you're new baby will look in every item.
Once you fold and organize your baby clothes into the nursery dresser, you're going to start to really feel that you just might be ready for this baby to come.
Stock your Postpartum Recovery Kit
Prepare ahead of time for the recovery process that you will go through after giving birth to a baby. Whether you have a C-Section or vaginal birth, there are some things that are unavoidable when it comes to the postpartum period.
Stock up on postpartum recovery supplies, organize them for easy access, and plan ahead for how and where you will be using them. Download the Free Postpartum Recovery Checklist and you'll see what I mean.
Set up your nursing station
Just like your postpartum recovery kit, setting up your nursing station early will make your life easier once the baby finally arrives.
If you plan to nurse your newborn, set up a nursing station or two stocked with all of the breastfeeding essentials.
Don't make the same mistake I did by starting out with nothing and then slowly creating a nursing station as I found myself needing something new each week. Instead, just make your breastfeeding experience as smooth as possible from the very beginning.
You know, breastfeeding is at it's most difficult in the first 6 weeks of life. This is the time where you need the most help. Make sure you give yourself the assistance you need!
Make a plan for while you're away
If you have other children, pets, or a home that needs care while you are at the hospital having a baby, then this is an important part of your pregnancy checklist.
Communicate with a baby, pet, or home sitter early so that they know what is expected of them when you go into labor or find yourself admitted to the hospital.
Drink red raspberry Leaf Tea
Red Raspberry leaf tea is great to start drinking in your third trimester.
Red Raspberry leaf tea can strengthen your uterine muscle to decrease labor time. It is safe to drink 1-3 cups per day in your third trimester to try to do yourself a favor by speeding up your labor process a bit.
An added benefit of drinking red raspberry leaf tea is that one ounce of red raspberry leaves contains 3.3 mg of iron. That's 18% of your daily recommended intake! Score! If you have been told that you are anemic during your pregnancy, drinking this tea every day in your third trimester is like checking two things off of your pregnancy checklist at once!
Pack your hospital bag
This part of your pregnancy checklist needs to get done early. Mama, listen. I have seen it a million times. You don't pack your bag because you've still got weeks left until you anticipate going into labor and then BOOM – baby is here and you weren't prepared at all for labor and postpartum in the hospital.
There are a few situations that might result in an early or unexpected admission to labor and delivery:
- Preterm labor
- A Non-reassuring NST
- Your water breaks early
- Your blood pressure is suddenly high at your next appointment
- An accident (such as a car accident, God forbid)
- Baby's heart rate is low on doppler at your next appointment
There are probably a number of other reasons that I haven't mentioned here. The point is that you should prepare early so that if ever you find yourself in the labor unit, you can have what you need.
Download the Free Hospital Bag Checklist, print it out, and start packing mama!
Start eating dates every day
Like I said, labor is around the corner. You're going to want to do everything in your power to have the easiest labor possible.
Now, labor is most likely never going to be easy, but you can try your darnedest.
I recommend that you start eating 6 dates a day in your last weeks of pregnancy. There are actually studies that show that eating dates in late pregnancy can improve your cervical ripening and decrease your need for artificial induction methods. Woah! It's worth trying!
Go on a daily / nightly walk
Walking is always good for you in your pregnancy but especially around this time when you are trying to give your baby the hint that the exit is down there. Walking around the neighborhood and including a few hills or squats here and there is a great way to encourage your baby to engage in your pelvis for a head start in labor.
Install your carseat
You're not going to be able to leave the hospital without it!
Install the carseat now so that you can get familiar with the way it attaches to and detaches from the base without difficulty. While you're at it, you can also install your backseat mirror, window shades, or any other car essentials that you'll need so that when baby's on his way home, you're ready to go.
I've got a whole post on baby proofing for you. There are definitely things that you need right away, but sometimes baby proofing kits just overwhelm you more than they help you.
Most baby proofing products aren't going to be helpful until much later when your baby is able to get up and move around on their own.
Don't be fooled though, even a tiny newborn needs a little bit of prep when it comes to getting your home safe enough to bring them home. Triple check that you have baby proofed enough to keep your baby safe without over-proofing your home and just making your life more difficult in this already difficult time.
When you start to feel the uncontrollable urge to clean and organize your entire home, you're officially nesting. Nesting is an instinct that typically kicks in within a couple of weeks of the onset of labor. It's like your body just knows that you need to prepare your life for a massive change that is about to happen.
You might suddenly want to clean all day, vacuum twice, and scrub the baseboards instead of binge watching your favorite shows on Netflix. If this doesn't sound like something you've ever experienced, just wait. When labor is just around the corner, you just might get these feelings.
Instead of waiting around for the nesting bug to hit, though, you can always just make a nesting checklist full of things that you want to make sure get cleaned and organized before labor starts.
Batch prep postpartum freezer meals
I didn't do this important step with my first baby and absolutely regretted it. When you are living the fourth trimester, you literally don't have the time (or the hands) to make yourself a decent dinner.
The second time around, I made sure to set aside a day towards the end of my maternity leave to batch prep approximately 30 meals to stick in the freezer for use during the fourth trimester.
I had my mom come over when I was about 38 weeks pregnant and we just knocked out all of the meals on my list in one day. Now I have more than 30 nights worth of dinners (when you factor in leftovers) that I can just throw in the crockpot or on the grill on the days that I-just-can't-even.
Pre-register for your hospital admission
Some hospitals recommend that you pre-register with them ahead of time.
You might have been given a pre-registration form at your doctor's office. Fill it out, turn it in, and make your admission a smoother process.
Prepare for Labor and Birth
You've taken your online prenatal courses, you've read your pregnancy books, you've been documenting your journey in your pregnancy journal, and you've checked off most of your pregnancy checklist. Now? Prepare for labor and birth with The Essential Labor and Birth Workbook.
In the workbook you're going to find:
- Questions for your provider to take with you to your final appointments
- Deciding where to deliver – how to decide what is best for you
- Hospital Tour – What you need to know about the hospital you will deliver at
- Finding a pediatrician help
- Stock up on essentials before the baby comes
- Conversation with the sitter to make arrangements for older children and pets
- Managing Visitors in the hospital to keep you sane
- The Game Plan for when you are in labor
- My Wishes – what you hope for and what is important to you
- The Labor Journal to journal the moments in labor that you would otherwise forget
- Contraction Tracker to time your contractions and keep track of labor
- Labor Stats- the information about your labor that you need to know when communicating with your team
- How Dad Can Help – ways that dad can help you during your labor and birth
- Letters to baby to communicate your thoughts and feelings to your unborn baby as you wait for his/her arrival or after your first meeting
- My Childbirth – details about your labor and delivery
- Delivery Day – all about this special day
- And so, so, so much more!
This is the hardest part of your pregnancy checklist. THE HARDEST PART!
You can do this. Your baby can do this. Your body will do this!
Give your body the time that it needs as long as yours and baby's health allows. It is so hard to anticipate labor and wake up every morning feeling like nothing is happening. Girl, it will happen. I am so happy for you! Hang in there and let me know how it goes!
If you feel like you need a little help getting your body to kick into gear, read 17 tips to naturally induce your labor at home.
Complete Your Pregnancy Checklist
Alright, mama, you've done it. At this point you have completed your pregnancy checklist and gained a lot of knowledge and assistance along the way. I hope you enjoy all of the free checklists and downloads that I've provided you with here. Good luck! I know you're going to do great and you're going to be an amazing mother!
Let me know what else was on your pregnancy checklist in the comments below.
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