High-risk pregnancy care

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High-risk pregnancy care offers specialized help and knowledge to ensure that both the mother and the baby are safe.

What is high-risk pregnancy care?

Existing health conditions

Conditions of the patient’s health that existed before the beginning of therapy, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, are referred to as preexisting conditions.

Overweight and obesity

Multiple births

Women expecting twins or higher-order multiples have an increased risk of problems. Preeclampsia, early labor, and preterm birth are typical consequences. Ninety-three percent of triplets and more than half of all twins are delivered before 37 weeks of gestation.

Young or old maternal age

Precambrian and prenatal high blood pressure are disorders that are more likely to develop in pregnant women if the woman is younger than 35 or older than 35. These age groups are also more likely to have Precambrian high blood pressure.

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