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antenatal in Birth topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishantenatalan‧te‧na‧tal /ˌæntɪˈneɪtl◂/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 BABY/HAVE A BABY British English relating to the medical care given to women who are going to have a baby syn prenatal, → postnatal 🔊 an antenatal clinic 🔊 regular antenatal care 🔊 Many young mothers do not attend antenatal classes.
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antenatalYour blood pressure will be monitored at all antenatal checks.But they were very reluctant to attend antenatal classes and so this club had been set up in response to this.Learning about both pregnancy and birth at antenatal classes can be a great help.I was only sixteen, just come out of school, straight into antenatal classes.She had gone to St Ebba's antenatal clinic and they had kept her there.Subsequent to this investigation we assessed 2907 urine samples from women attending the antenatal clinics in Dundee between November 1990 and September 1992.antenatal classesI was only sixteen, just come out of school, straight into antenatal classes.But they were very reluctant to attend antenatal classes and so this club had been set up in response to this.Learning about both pregnancy and birth at antenatal classes can be a great help.Teenage antenatal classes exist in quite a few hospitals now, but there are not nearly enough.I shall go to antenatal classes where I shall nourish my obsession for natural childbirth. 3.