High-risk Pregnancy

High-risk Pregnancy

Having a baby is, for the most part, a normal operation. Women go into labor on or near their due date after a full-term pregnancy and giving birth to a healthy infant. They leave the hospital a day or two later to resume their daily lives with their expanding families. However, not all pregnancies are simple. Any woman can have a high-risk pregnancy, as described by experts. When there are possible risks that could harm the mother, the fetus, or both, pregnancy is called high-risk pregnancy. To better ensure the safest result for the mother and son, high-risk births must be managed by a doctor.

Several specific factors that may lead to a high-risk pregnancy

  • Maternal age is advanced. Mothers above the age of 35 have a greater chance of pregnancy.
  • Choices in lifestyle. Smoking, drinking alcohol, and taking illicit drugs will all endanger a pregnancy.
  • There are several pregnancies. Women bearing twins or higher-order multiples face greater pregnancy risks.
  • Problems in maternal wellbeing. Pregnancy complications are increased by high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, epilepsy, thyroid disease, heart or blood defects, poorly regulated asthma, and infections.
  • Complications in pregnancy Risks may arise from a variety of conditions that arise during pregnancy. An irregular placenta location, for example, or fetal development below the 10th percentile for gestational age.

If you’re worried about getting pregnant, talk to the doctor first. Before you become pregnant, he or she will advise you to begin taking a regular prenatal vitamin with folic acid and to maintain a healthy weight.

If you want to know more Consult the Best Gynecologist in Greater Noida, Dr.Sonali Gupta.

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