High-Risk Pregnancies

Session 28: High-Risk Pregnancies

A delivery that has additional major issues that might endanger both the mother and the fetus is considered a high-risk pregnancy. These deliveries require the assistance of a number of highly skilled medical professionals, including an obstetrician, a surgeon, and a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine. There are several potential risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy, including the mother's present health, obesity, multiple births, and elderly or young maternal age. Women will be able to have normal pregnancies if they receive standard prenatal care without any difficulties and early diagnosis.

  • Factors that lead to high-risk pregnancies
  • Having knowledge of a high-risk pregnancy
  • High-risk pregnancy management
  • avoiding dangerous pregnancies

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