High Risk Pregnancy

This involves increased potential complications for the health of the mother, baby or both. Factors contributing to high risk include maternal age, multiple pregnancies, pre-existing medical conditions like heart disease, seizures, hypertension, anaemia, diabetes, thyroid disorder, RH isoimmunisation pregnancy, obesity, autoimmune disorder, infectious diseases, renal diseases, jaundice, fetal anomalies, fetal growth restriction, placental abruption, Placenta Previa , cervical incompetence, Preterm labour, Ectopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy. Close monitoring and specialised care are crucial to manage risks and ensure healthy outcomes. A multidisciplinary team approach with a well-equipped Intensive care Unit is vital to navigate potential issues and make informed decisions for the well-being of both mother and baby.

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