Care is an acceptable term for supervision over the development of the fetus and the placenta, over the complete condition of the mother.
Care is also helping a woman to keep her body stable and healthy. Not to allow pregnancy to expose the woman’s body to complications that pregnancy, although a blessed state, can relatively cause.
The best expression of the local climate, “second state” means an additional burden on the woman’s organism, where all our organs are exposed to an additional dose of physiological “effort”. If our organs work on “some reserve” outside of pregnancy that we don’t notice because we are healthy, a problem will manifest itself during pregnancy because these organs are exposed to more but also the most beautiful kind of “extra work”. If the woman’s organism already has a disease, it is inadmissible to allow the progression of that pathological state of the mother. The goal is to ensure healthy offspring and maintain the health of the mother.