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Pre-natal vitamins play a critical role in the development of baby and health of the mother. Insufficient vitamin intake can cause problems for both the mother and the baby during pregnancy.
Medications during Labor
Medications are used to help a mother get through the agony of labor a little more comfortable. They also help ensure the labor progresses as it should.
Medication after the Baby
Post-natal medications are prescribed to help the mother feel well enough to care for her newborn. Without them, some mothers would difficulties performing the necessary tasks.