Definition of prenatal
1 : occurring, existing, performed, or used before birth prenatal care a prenatal test prenatal vitamins
2 : providing or receiving prenatal medical care a prenatal clinic prenatal patients
prenatallyplay \-təl-ē\ adverb
Recent Examples of prenatal from the Web
But Malloy objects to the amendment that requires insurers to provide prenatal coverage to women who lack insurance within 30 days having their pregnancy confirmed by a medical professional.
Head Start offers prenatal care for expecting mothers and educational tools for children from birth to 5 years old.
Prenatal exposure to meth also results in children having anxiety or depression and cognitive problems that could lead to poorer academic outcomes.
The law also separately allocates $15 billion in funding to states to help offset the cost of prenatal, mental health, and addiction recovery services.
Other offerings include prenatal yoga, cooking classes, exercise classes, urban zen yoga, diabetes management, diabetes 101, lactation consulting, and a Spanish-speaking nutrition class.
Many women most at risk are low-income, Van Deusen noted, and therefore less likely to interact with the health care system, or get prenatal care.
Everyone looked stunning, but Queen Bey had an extra glow of prenatal magnificence.
But researchers do agree that the ratio tracks with prenatal androgen exposure.
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PRENATAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prenatal for English Language Learners
medical : relating to pregnant women and their unborn babies
Medical Definition of prenatal
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