Antenatal Care

Optimal care for Pregnancy

Antenatal care (ANC) refers to the medical care and attention given to pregnant women during their pregnancy. The primary objective of antenatal care is to monitor and promote the health of both the mother and the developing fetus, and to prevent or detect any potential problems that could affect the health of the mother or the baby.

Antenatal care typically involves a series of visits to a healthcare provider or specialist, such as an obstetrician or midwife. During these visits, various tests, measurements, and examinations are conducted to monitor the health of the mother and the developing fetus, and to identify any potential risks or complications.

The content and frequency of antenatal care visits may vary depending on a number of factors, such as the mother’s age, overall health, and the stage of pregnancy. However, some common components of antenatal care include regular check-ups, blood tests, ultrasounds, and discussions about healthy lifestyle choices and childbirth options.

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