The Role of Maternal Health Care During and After pregnancy
The health and well-being of mothers are just as essential as that of their children. This is because It is impossible for a child to be healthy and happy unless the child is raised by a woman who is healthy and happy.
The health of a mother during pregnancy and after childbirth is critical to her physical and mental well-being, as well as her ability to provide love and proper care to her newborn child at birth and many years afterward.
Maternal health and the quality of life of their children are critically important, which is why it is so critical to place a strong emphasis on maternal health during pregnancy and after childbirth. The development and health of their unborn child are the primary concerns of most pregnant women. Nonetheless, it is critical for expectant mothers to have regular prenatal visits not only to ensure the health of their child but also to ensure their health during and after pregnancy.
While a woman is pregnant and throughout her prenatal doctor visits, any existing health risks can be identified and measures taken to prevent any ongoing health problems, not only for the child but also for the mother herself.
During pregnancy and childbirth, every mother should have access to high-quality care, and every child should have a healthy start in life as well. Birthing a child should be a joyful occasion, but it is often a source of anxiety for many women around the world. Women die from complications during pregnancy and childbirth at a rate of more than 800 per day, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). When given the proper resources and care, the vast majority of these deaths could be avoided. For the sake of themselves and their unborn child, HACEY encourages pregnant women to maintain a healthy lifestyle. HACEY has been impactful in providing facilities that will be of benefit to pregnant women. Hacey.org provides additional information on our maternal Health.
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Written By Adegboye Michael