Pregnancy Monitoring

During the 40 weeks of pregnancy, the doctor performs all necessary tests to ensure the well-being of both the fetus and the mother. These examinations include clinical evaluations, ultrasound scans and a series of regular laboratory tests. The primary goal of these preventive examinations is to identify any potential pathological conditions early on, such as pre-eclampsia, cervical insufficiency, placental insufficiency and other placental-related issues.

By diagnosing these conditions promptly, timely interventions can be implemented to address them. Additionally, the doctor provides expectant parents with complete information and support regarding various aspects of pregnancy, including diet, exercise, lifestyle choices, childbirth and breastfeeding.

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