High-Risk Pregnancy Management

High-Risk Pregnancy

A pregnancy is considered high-risk when there are potential complications that could affect the mother, the baby, or both. High-risk pregnancies require management by a specialist to help ensure the best outcome for the mother and baby.
Most of the time having a baby is a natural process. After a full-term pregnancy, a woman goes into labor on or near her due date and gives birth to a healthy baby.
High Risk Pregnancy examines the full range of challenges in general obstetrics, medical complications of pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis, fetal disease, and management of labor and delivery

Gynaecologist in Nashik | Dr. Himangini Chaudhari | Laxminarayan Hospital

High-Risk Pregnancy Factors

High-risk pregnancies tend to fall into two categories: those that are considered high risk due to a maternal factor, and those that are high risk due to a suspected problem with the fetus. We see both types of high-risk pregnancies at the Maternal Fetal Care Center and Fetal Concerns Center.

We commonly see:

  • Women with diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease and other chronic conditions
  • Adult congenital heart disease survivors
  • Cancer survivors
  • Women of advanced maternal age
  • Women with sickle cell disease
  • Women pregnant with multiples
  • Suspected chromosomal, genetic or birth defects

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