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Pregnant mothers attending clinics advised to obtain prior appointments

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The Health Ministry has advised pregnant mothers attending clinics to obtain prior appointments in order to minimise congestion in hospitals and provide a quality service.

Issuing a statement Heath Services Director General Dr. Anil Jasinghe said pregnant women with fever, bleeding, severe headache, difficulty in breathing, impaired vision, fits, chest/abdominal pain, reduced foetal movements, swelling of the body or any other severe discomfort should immediately seek hospital care.

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