Antenatal checkups are essential medical appointments for pregnant women to monitor the health and development of their unborn babies and ensure the mother’s well-being during pregnancy. These checkups involve regular visits to a healthcare professional, such as an obstetrician or midwife, to monitor the pregnancy’s progress and address any potential complications. During antenatal checkups, the healthcare provider will typically perform a variety of tests and assessments, including measuring the mother’s blood pressure, weight, and urine, and monitoring the baby’s growth and development through ultrasound scans. They may also discuss topics such as nutrition, exercise, and prenatal care. Antenatal checkups are also vital for identifying any potential problems in the early phases.