Prenatal Complications

Pregnancy puts additional stress and demands on your body, which can make various nutritional deficiencies to become more apparent.

Anemia is common in pregnancy, a disorder that arises when your body does not have a sufficient number of red blood cells required to transport the amount of oxygen you need to maintain good health…more

Gestational Diabetes is the development of diabetes during pregnancy. Diabetes occurs when the body does not produce or properly use insulin, a hormone necessary to convert sugar, starches and other food into the energy needed for daily life…more

Group B Strep is a bacteria infection in the vagina. The best approach is prevention through proper diet…more

Placenta Previa is a condition where the placenta attaches near the bottom of the uterus, rather than its normal location at the top…more

Pre-eclampsia- High Blood Pressure

 

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