Pregnancy is a natural process. Do I really need any professional care at all?

Definitely, yes. The whole idea of pregnancy care is to identify and troubleshoot potential problems before they become serious for the mother and/or fetus. Often this requires very simple interventions such as iron tablets for anaemia, or regular scans to make sure twins are growing normally. While pregnancy proceeds without a hitch for most women, some need medical, emotional, psychological or social help while they are pregnant and afterwards. Providing this not only allows them to enjoy a safer pregnancy, but provides a healthier and more secure future for the baby. Antenatal care, given by a range of professionals, is also designed to reassure a mother that she is in capable hands and if things don''t go to plan, there is someone there to help and advise her.
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