Psychological preparation of the pregnant patient and new mother requires a multidisciplinary approach
that may be provided by doctor, psychologist, midwife, but also partner, family and society. Education is
the first step in empowering women to be proactive in their pregnancies. Modern medicine demands
such an approach. Pregnancy is a ‘blessed state’, but in the modern world it is better to obtain a
competent advice and avoid co-called personal experience advice from people offering help. Each
person is unique and therefore approach to a pregnant patient demands subordination of protocols and
guidelines to individual approach. Each attempt to patternize in medicine carries a risk because a
mathematical approach in perinatology, pregnancy management, does not bring quality results.