High-Risk Pregnancy

High-Risk Pregnancy

Having a baby is a natural process. But, every woman's pregnancy journey is not an easy one. High-risk pregnancy refers to possible complications that could affect the mother, the baby, or both. High-risk pregnancy cases are monitored by our expert team of gynecologists, medical specialists and nursing staff to ensure that both mother and baby are healthy after delivery.

A critical part of managing high-risk pregnancies can determine the cause or risk factors that may cause complications. High-risk pregnancy factors can be broadly divided into four different categories.

This includes:

High-Risk Pregnancy

Maternal Age

Medical history

Lifestyle Options

Pregnancy Conditions

In a high-risk pregnancy, health care providers will want to closely monitor the woman and the pregnancy for any potential problems as quickly as possible so that treatment can begin before the health of the woman or fetus is at risk. danger. This is particularly true for high-risk pregnancies due to preeclampsia and previous preterm labor or delivery. In these situations, treatment could mean additional days in the womb to allow fetal development to continue.

Our team of professionals focuses on eliminating possible complications that could affect both the mother and the baby. We understand your concerns, which is why we guarantee to address any high-risk pregnancy issues during a routine checkup or diagnostic ultrasound. 

We want you to be aware of her health conditions so that you can have a calm and stress-free pregnancy experience.

Because there are so many factors that can put your pregnancy in the high-risk category and proper guidance plays an important role, our team covers all pertinent aspects of your psychosocial, medical, obstetric, and family history at your first prenatal visit. We also provide guidance on how to do a 9-month pregnancy, covering lifestyle factors, such as smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol, that increase the risk of any pregnancy.

Women require careful fetal monitoring to reduce the risk of birth defects or growth problems. If you'd like more information about high-risk pregnancy diagnosis and care, we can help.