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This article examines microelements and their importance for fetal development and adaptation of newborns in the early neonatal period.The study was carried out on 66 test fetuses, where the control group was 16, and the base group was 50 children of the neonatal period. The aim of the study was to investigate 4 elements Mg, Cu, Zn, and Fe, where the following results were obtained that in multiparous women of the first study group, as the number of births in the anamnesis increases, the concentration of Mg, Cu, and Fe increases in comparison with the concentration of these ME in women in the control group. There was a lower zinc content in mothers of full-term newborns, regardless of the number of pregnancies. An increase in the concentration of magnesium, copper and iron and a decrease in the concentration of zinc in the first group studied were significant mainly in multiparous women.