Medical prenatal care

Medical supervision of pregnant women is conducted from the moment of establishing the fact of pregnancy during all nine months. Its purpose is to help a pregnant woman to maintain a normal state of health, which is an indispensable condition for the formation of a healthy fetus.

Carrying out medical supervision, obstetrician-gynecologists examine their patients who have no complications, once a month (in the first half of pregnancy), and from the beginning of the third trimester, that is, from the 28th week, twice a month.

Measuring blood pressure, weight gain and height of the standing of the womb, as well as listening to the heartbeat of the fetus, doctors observe the development of the future baby and help to avoid possible complications.

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