The modern age demands that we engage in a timely manner.
Predispositions for good development of the fetus, which come from the combination of genetics of the future parents, must be preserved by proper and precise management of the pregnancy.
It should not be allowed to damage the potential of genetics that nature has given us for our offspring through inadequate supervision.
Modern medicine offers that.
Many diseases in a child’s later life through adolescence and adulthood originate from changes in the cells and tissues of the fetus in the womb.
It is professionally called “fetal programming” and means “by properly monitoring the pregnancy, ensure that the fetus has normal growth and development and functioning of the organs…and thus prevent adult diseases”.