High Risk Pregnancies

High-risk pregnancy is a birth with additional serious problems that can be a danger to mom and fetus alike. Such births need care from a variety of highly trained physicians such as an obstetrician, surgeon and a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine. Numerous risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy may occur, such as current health condition of a mother, obesity, multiple births and old or young maternal age. Early diagnosis and routine prenatal treatment, without any complications, will allow women to have normal pregnancies.

  • Factors inducing high-risk pregnancy
  • Understanding a high-risk pregnancy
  • Managing a high-risk pregnancy
  • Preventing high-risk pregnancy

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