When you think of someone at risk of skin cancer you probably think of someone who's middle aged or elderly. While skin cancer is most commonly diagnosed in those age groups, it's the cumulative result of decades of sun damage. Our skin is exposed to damaging UV radiation from the sun right from babyhood, and every piece of skin damage we receive over our life time increases our risk of skin cancer.
Antenatal care is the medical and other such care that a woman receives while she's pregnant. This care is vital, as it can reduce the risk of complications, ensure that any problems that might arise during pregnancy are addressed immediately, and also help a woman know what to expect during her pregnancy. Note a few questions many women have about such care and what it includes, and be sure to discuss any concerns you have with your doctor.