Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

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Low-Risk Pregnancy: What to Expect and How to Prepare for a Safe Delivery


Ana Nikčević*

A low-risk pregnancy is one where the mother and fetus have no significant health issues and the pregnancy is expected to progress without complications. Such pregnancies typically have a good chance of resulting in a healthy delivery of a full-term baby. To maintain a low-risk pregnancy, expectant mothers are advised to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, a balanced diet and sufficient rest. Prenatal care, which involves regular medical checkups with an obstetrician or midwife, is also essential for monitoring the health of the mother and fetus and for detecting any potential complications early on. While low-risk pregnancies are generally considered to be safer and less complicated than high-risk pregnancies, it is still important for expectant mothers to stay vigilant and informed about their health and the health of their baby throughout their pregnancy.


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