Gynecological health screening has been proven to prevent certain cancers and other serious diseases. . Often questions arise about when to commence screening, frequency of screening visits, what to be screened for and when to stop.
There are plenty of reasons to travel in pregnancy. Questions often arise about safety with the various modes of travel. Pregnant women can safely travel by road, train, air and sea so long as various precautions are put in place.
All women should make efforts to commence ANC at about 12 weeks of pregnancy. A full medical evaluation is done, and routine screening tests are requested. The tests include screening for HIV and Hepatitis, Syphilis, urine checks, blood group and level of haemoglobin.