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High-Risk Pregnancy

A high-risk pregnancy can present challenges at various stages: before, during, or after delivery. If you find yourself in such a situation, you and your baby may require specialized monitoring or care throughout the pregnancy. Understanding the factors contributing to a high-risk pregnancy and taking proactive measures to care for yourself and your baby is essential. Given the circumstances, it's natural to feel scared or anxious about your pregnancy, and you might hesitate to envision the future or attend prenatal visits due to fears of receiving distressing news. However, it's crucial to address these feelings since anxiety can impact both your health and your baby's well-being. At our facility, we are here to support you and provide guidance on healthy ways to relax and stay calm during this time. Various techniques, such as visualizing pleasant objects or experiences, and listening to soothing music have been shown in studies to reduce anxiety during pregnancy. 

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What are the risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy?

-Advanced maternal age
-Lifestyle choices
-Medical history
-Chronic conditions such as diabetes, High B.P, epilepsy
-Pregnancy complications
-Multiple pregnancies

What steps can I take to promote a healthy pregnancy?

-Schedule a preconception appointment
-Be cautious when using assisted reproductive technology (ART)
-Seek regular prenatal care.
-Eat a healthy diet.
-Gain weight wisely.
-Avoid risky substances.

Do I need some special tests if I have a high-risk pregnancy?

If you have a high-risk pregnancy, you might consider following tests or procedures in addition to routine prenatal screening tests. 
-Specialized or targeted ultrasound
-Chorionic villus sampling
-Cervical length measurement
-Biophysical profile
-Some prenatal diagnostic tests

Some Facts

Be careful and attentive to few signs and symptoms when you should seek emergency health care from your healthcare professional such as:
⦁ Vaginal bleeding
⦁ Persistent headaches
⦁ Pain or cramping in the lower abdomen
⦁ Watery vaginal discharge — in a gush or a trickle
⦁ Regular or frequent contractions — a tightening sensation in the abdomen
⦁ Decreased fetal activity
⦁ Pain or burning with urination
⦁ Changes in vision, including blurred vision

A high-risk pregnancy might have ups and downs. Do your best to stay positive as you take steps to promote a healthy pregnancy.

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