Definitions for prenatalpriˈneɪt l
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word prenatal
prenatal, antenatal, antepartum(adj)
occurring or existing before birth
"the prenatal period"; "antenatal care"
Being or happening before birth.
being or happening before birth
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
prē-nā′tal, adj. previous to birth.
The numerical value of prenatal in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of prenatal in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is like an algorithm that allows us to go step by step so that none of the crucial elements of prenatal care are forgotten.
In a community where you’re getting good prenatal care and you have healthy moms, these term babies probably aren’t missing out.
I can also see this helping men in their 30s who don't see anybody except to get their teeth cleaned, or women who only go to the OB-gyn to get an annual checkup or prenatal care and don't think about anything else.
I encourage pregnant women to seek out studios that offer specialized prenatal yoga classes that are taught by teachers who have prenatal yoga training, women should practice hatha based, restorative practices with breath awareness components, rather than heated or strength focused practices, for safety precautions for both the mother and baby.
If the test in this study proves effective with more research, it is going to help get many individuals, especially young adults, who are not going to see a primary care provider unless they are sick, i can also see this helping men in their 30s who don't see anybody except to get their teeth cleaned, or women who only go to the OB-gyn to get an annual checkup or prenatal care and don't think about anything else.
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