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What Is a High-Risk Pregnancy?

If you have a high-risk pregnancy, you have an increased risk of developing medical complications before, during, or after the delivery. Some of the high-risk conditions can be:


  • Gestational Diabetes

  • High Blood Pressure/Preeclampsia

  • Thyroid Conditions

  • Advanced Maternal Age

  • Multiple Gestation

  • Blood Clotting Disorders

  • Heart or Vascular Diseases 

  • IVF Pregnancy

  • Pre-Term Labor/Incompetent Cervix

  • Recurrent Miscarriage

  • Fetal Growth Restriction

What You Can Do To Help Promote a Healthy Pregnacy

There are some things a mother can do, if she is at higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy. This list is not all-inclusive, but it gives a few pointers:

  • Early Prenatal Care

  • Well-Balanced Diet

  • Regular Exercise (unless otherwise instructed by your physician)

  • Compliance with Appointments and Sonograms

  • Stay Hydrated

  • No Excessive Sodium/Salt Intake

Please remember that medical information provided by this website, in the absence of a visit with a physician, must be considered as an educational service only.


Call Us Today at 214-618-2802 for an Appointment.

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