Seven babies were delivered on New Year’s Day at the Nkawkaw Holy Family and the Kwahu Government hospitals in the Eastern Region.
The babies were six males and a female.
Three males and a female were delivered at the Holy Family Hospital at Nkawkaw while three males were delivered at the Kwahu Government Hospital, Atibie.
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All the babies were born through normal delivery and are healthy.
The Midwife in-charge of the Holy Family Hospital Labour Ward, Mrs Juliana Cudjo, advised pregnant women to attend a regular antenatal clinic and seek medical attention early when in labour to avoid complications during delivery.
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She advised husbands to donate a pint of blood to hospitals where their wives attend an antenatal clinic for ready transfusion if the need arises.
Ms Augustina Aboagye, the Midwife in-charge of the Kwahu Government Hospital labour Ward, urged pregnant women to ensure effective use of all medication given them at the antenatal clinic to improve their health before delivery.