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Jeevan Sharma , Dr. Rashmi Shukla
Prenatal and preconception care, as well as other forms of healthcare provided to pregnant women, are extremely important for minimizing the effects of various issues and complications. Health education is essential for increasing pregnant women's self-knowledge and adopting preventative behaviors regarding preconception-related complications. Promoting self-care practices during pregnancy is one of the main goals of health education for pregnant women. This may reduce morbidity and mortality, improve pregnant women's quality of life, and lower healthcare costs. Numerous sources were identified through methodical searches of bibliographical records in order to conduct a systematic literature search for a comprehensive literature review. Extra assets were acquired by hand looking through the catalogs of survey articles, peer-explored diaries and essential examinations to assemble data on clinical preliminaries comparable to pregnancy related wellbeing instruction among Nepal ladies pointed toward diminishing dangers and intricacies through pre-birth care.
Even though pregnancy-related health education strategies have been used for more than two decades in Nepal, only a small percentage of the population is well-informed about pregnancy-related health information. As a result, proper pregnancy-related health educational strategies must be implemented by medical professionals and physicians in Nepal's prenatal health care centers to help pregnant women learn about various psychological issues and clinical complications.
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Research Scholar, Glocal University, Saharanpur. Uttar Pradesh, India
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