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Research shows that the health of the mother during pregnancy impacts the health of the baby as well as the long-term health outcomes of both mother and baby.
In this month’s “Ask the Specialist” forum,
Dr Manisha Mathur, Deputy Head and Senior Consultant from the
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), a member of the
SingHealth group, will be addressing your questions on optimising health during pregnancy.
This forum is open from
1 Aug to 28 Aug 2020.
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If you have problems posting your questions, please email your questions to
Kindly note: Your question will only go live/appear after the doctor answers it
If my first pregnancy was preterm, does it mean my 2nd pregnancy would be preterm? How do I prevent preterm labour?
How does a woman with depression and reaching her 30s, reach her dreams of having children without letting her mental health affect the baby?
Question posted by Karishma
Dear Dr Mathur,
Greetings of the day!
After my 1st child who has turned 13 years old this year, I have had 2 miscarriages. Now I am 44 years old and I do not want to give up any hope. Seek your advice and guidance whether it is fine to keep trying until nature allows. For your easy reference, I do not have any prior medical conditions and lab tests of my miscarriages have shown no negative results too. Please advise. Thank you.