Prenatal Care & Social Services
Prioritizing prenatal care is paramount for a positive pregnancy journey. Take these nine months seriously to ensure the best possible pregnancy outcomes. Regular prenatal appointments include exams, labs, and diagnostic tests that play a pivotal role in ensuring a healthy pregnancy. They allow doctors to monitor the well-being of both mom and baby, and allow for early detection and management of potential complications. This promotes a safe and healthy environment for both mother and baby.
Prenatal care also includes emotional support and education which helps reduce risks and prepare mom for labor. This special care ultimately contributes to a happier, healthier pregnancy for mom as well as a healthier start in life for her child.
What is Prenatal Care?
Prenatal care is the health care a woman receives while pregnant to check in on her health and the health of the growing baby. Prenatal care occurs across multiple recurring visits throughout the duration of a pregnancy. Full-term pregnancy is delivery after 37 weeks.
Why is it important to receive prenatal care?
It is important to receive prenatal care in order to monitor the health of you and your baby. Regular check-ins allow doctors to identify and treat potential issues, make sure your baby is growing healthily and prevent any future complications.
Prenatal care also increases the likelihood that your baby will be born full term (born within a week range of your due date), which ensures that the baby will have the full time they need to develop in the womb.
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