BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL AND BODY WEIGHT IN PREGNANT WOMEN DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC WITH PRENATAL YOGA
Preeclampsia is a gestational hypertensive disorder that significantly affects maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Preeclampsia occurs in 5–7% of all pregnancies and is the leading cause of maternal death in developing countries. Preeclampsia is a condition that occurs in pregnancy characterized by hypertension accompanied by proteinuria accompanied by edema due to pregnancy after 20 weeks or immediately after delivery.Methods of community service by collecting data on pregnant women with local midwives at PMB Sumarti, SST, collecting pregnant women on a predetermined day, explaining the objectives of community service and conducting counseling about preeclampsia in pregnant women, followed by measuring blood pressure in pregnant women through ROT and MAP, perform management by providing prenatal Yoga exercises which aim to improve blood circulation and speed up the labor process. Prenatal Yoga can be done at home. data recapitulation and if there is a positive risk of preeclampsia, periodic monitoring is carried out until birth accompanied by a local midwife.