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Pregnancy Tracking

​Antenatal care is the health care of the pregnant woman and the fetus. This care includes biological, physiological and psychological parts and is an integral part of preventive health care. The aim of prenatal care is to ensure that every desired pregnancy ends with the birth of a healthy baby, without endangering the health of the mother. Prenatal care should be initiated in the early stages of pregnancy and continued throughout pregnancy. The first visit for prenatal care should definitely occur before the third month of pregnancy. The advantage of detecting pregnancy early is that it enables the woman's underlying health status to be assessed and any abnormal condition to be diagnosed more easily and earlier. Although pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period are natural physiological events, the need for healthcare services increases during these periods.


Prenatal care, in other words prenatal or antenatal care, is the health check-up of pregnant women at regular intervals. The total number of prenatal care visits is also an important indicator for assessing the adequacy of prenatal care.


The pregnant woman's health check-up begins in the first three months of pregnancy and continues with monthly examinations until the 28th week of pregnancy, 28-36. It ends with weekly examinations every two or three weeks between weeks and 36 weeks onwards. Regular visits ensure proper monitoring of the mother and baby throughout pregnancy.


Prenatal care services are the first step in improving pregnancy outcomes for maternal and fetal disorders. Prenatal care services; It also covers topics such as pregnancy, general body care, nutrition, exercise, danger signs in pregnancy, newborn care, family planning or other topics that may meet the mother's needs.

(Please consult your doctor for detailed information.)

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