High-risk Pregnancy

Your pregnancy is called high-risk if you or your baby has an increased chance of a health problem. Many things can put you at high risk. Being called "high-risk" may sound scary.

But it's just a way for doctors to make sure that you get special attention during your pregnancy.

But there are certain medical factors that can be present before a woman becomes pregnant, that can cause a high-risk pregnancy. Risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy can include:

Preeclampsia and Eclampsia - Gestational Diabetes Mellitus - HIV/AIDS - Preterm Labor

Other medical conditions like a heavyweight, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart, kidney, epilepsy, history of miscarriages, down syndrome, this problem can become more serious during a woman’s pregnancy.

Health problems can also develop during a pregnancy that can make it high-risk. Such problems may occur even in a woman who was previously healthy.

Regular prenatal care during high-risk pregnancy can help ensure a healthier pregnancy for a woman and her baby.

When dealing with any health concern, early assessment is always a wise decision. As the pregnancy is such a momentous occasion, we advise early pregnancy assessment to handle with care all such high-risk pregnancy issues and its treatment in time.

Our expert doctors team is there to provide you with reliable and experienced advice, leaving you informed, relaxed and able to make the best possible decisions for you and your pregnancy.

Obstetrician, Gynaecologist & Fertility Specialist

Dr. Rupal N. Shah - M.D.; D.G.O

Obstetrician, Gynaecologist

Dr. Vaibhavi J. Choksi - M.D.; D.G.O

Book your appointment today at 0261 220 5551 or email at info@vamawomenwellness.com