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MATERNAL HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN STATE SPECIALIST HOSPITAL IKERE AND COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER OKE-YINMI, ADO EKITI EKITI STATE

Authore(s) : *Risikat Idowu FADAREOmosalewa Oluwaseyifunmi AJAYI and Tolulope Funmilola OJO

Volume : V(8), Issue : 6, December - 2022

Abstract : Maternal mortality is a    fundamental key    factor    of population health    and of    social and economic advancement. World Health Organization estimated that about 800 women die every d ay from pregnancy and childbirth complications. Maternal health is women's health during preg nancy, labor and the post pregnancy time frame which can be influenced by health seeking Health seeking behavior refers to efforts put in place by an individual to detect and prevent diseases in order to obtain relief and adequate remedy from such ailment. However, pregnancy remains one of the major events in the existence of every woman and it is likewise a unique cycle in which a woman’s danger status can possibly change at any time.

Keywords :Analysis, maternal health seeking behavior, pregnant women, child birth

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MATERNAL HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN STATE SPECIALIST HOSPITAL IKERE AND COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER OKE-YINMI, ADO EKITI EKITI STATE

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