Clinical Trials: Normal Pregnancy And/Or Delivery

About Normal Pregnancy And/Or Delivery

A normal pregnancy and/or delivery is carrying a developing fetus and going through childbirth and labor without any complications. A normal pregnancy lasts 40 weeks. A normal pregnancy is not considered at risk for complications due to the mother's health or a multiples pregnancy. A normal pregnancy and/or delivery and doesn't develop any complications, including gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, and advanced maternal age. A normal pregnancy and/or delivery doesn't require an emergency Cesarean section (c-section) delivery. Good prenatal care, regular exercise, maintaining a healthy diet, avoiding alcohol and smoking, and good health prior to pregnancy can help many women to have a normal pregnancy and/or delivery.

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