The quality of health care is the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes, and are consistent with prevailing professional knowledge. It must be the right care,
Menopause signifies the end of natural reproductive potential, but not the end of sexual activities. The inevitable hormonal changes in the menopause have consequential effects on the functioning of the genital system. Women and their partners will thus experience new changes in sexual function, which may sometimes interfere with sexual enjoyment and satisfaction.
If delay in conceiving is suspected to be due to failure to ovulate, a comprehensive gynecological evaluation must be done to diagnose the exact cause. The evaluation includes reviewing your menstrual pattern, followed by hormone tests and imaging of the reproductive organs. Additional testing for uncommon conditions may be recommended for a few.
Every pregnant woman should have antenatal care (ANC) under the supervision of a skilled health worker, and in a well-equipped facility. Skilled ANC providers include Midwives and Obstetricians, often working together as a team.