High Risk Pregnancy

High Risk Pregnancy

High Risk Pregnancy Treatment Care in Dr. Swati G Bhattacharjee

High-risk pregnancies refer to conditions that may endanger the health of the mother, baby or even both. Factors include medical history, maternal age, or pre-existing health conditions like hypertension or diabetes. It could also involve complications like multiple pregnancies. Specialized care and close monitoring is required to optimize the outcome of such pregnancies for both the child and the mother.

Benefits High Risk Pregnancy Treatment

Get experienced care that covers all parts of women's health, ranging from adolescence through menopause – with our vast Obstetrics and Gynecology services. You can completely rely on our expert OB/GYN team to get individualized care which covers prenatal support, menopausal care and many others.

Regular Prenatal Visits

You need to make sure to attend all of the scheduled prenatal appointments and also follow your healthcare provider's recommendations closely.

Monitor Symptoms

Be very wise about any changes in your symptoms or health conditions which may indicate complications. Report these timely to your doctor

Educational Resources

Use available educational resources like materials or classes to learn about managing high-risk pregnancies.

Support System

You need to have a strong support system for friends and family who can provide you with practical assistance and emotional support.

Financial Planning

You need to consider the financial implications of medical care and the potential time off work. Look into insurance options or finance assistance if required.

Mental Health

You need to prioritize your mental health by seeking therapy or counseling as needed. Practicing relaxation techniques for stress and anxiety can also be helpful.

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Risk Factors for High-Risk Pregnancy

Women who are younger than 17 or older than 35 are at increased risk of complications during pregnancy due to factors such as higher rates of chromosomal abnormalities and preterm birth.

Women with pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune disorders, or heart disease may experience complications during pregnancy, requiring specialized care to manage these conditions effectively.

Women who have experienced complications in previous pregnancies, such as preterm birth, gestational diabetes, or preeclampsia, are at higher risk of recurrence in subsequent pregnancies.

Carrying twins, triplets, or higher-order multiples increases the risk of complications such as premature birth, low birth weight, and preeclampsia, requiring closer monitoring and specialized care.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Your Queries Answered by Dr. Swati G Bhattacharjee

Explore common queries about women's health, pregnancy, and gynecological care answered by Dr. Swati G Bhattacharjee

A pregnancy can be deemed High-Risk due to the following factors: pre-existing medical conditions (hypertension, diabetes), advanced maternal age, multiple pregnancies, and having a history of pregnancy complications.
Lifestyle changes during pregnancy might include regular exercise, a balanced diet, taking prescribed medications timely, and managing stress and anxiety for optimal health for both mother and baby
To minimize risks during pregnancy, it's important to maintain a focus on making prenatal care visits, having a healthy lifestyle with exercise and balanced nutrition, avoiding taking harmful substances, and getting medical attention for any health concerns.
Some signs and symptoms that you need to watch out for are - persistent headaches, severe abdominal pain, decreased fetal movement, sudden weight gain, excessive swelling, vision changes or vaginal bleeding. You need to be prompt in contacting your healthcare provider if you notice these signs.