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High-Risk Pregnancy

We pioneer innovative and advanced care that is tailored to meet the uniqueness of every pregnancy. We believe in maintaining complete transparency and involve the patients in the decision-making process. We empower you with expert guidance, state-of-the-art interventions and comprehensive care to help you overcome every challenge. For high-risk pregnancies, Surya Hospitals has a proven track record of successful outcomes. We have a high percentage of success in controlling problems and guaranteeing the well-being of the mother and the unborn child.


High-risk pregnancies can be challenging and even distressing. At Surya Hospital, we help you cherish every moment of your pregnancy by helping you keep all the risks at bay.

What is a High-Risk Pregnancy?

A high-risk pregnancy is one where there is a greater chance of challenges for the mother, the baby or both, either before, during, or after birth. 

Having a high-risk pregnancy does not necessarily mean that you will be facing complications throughout your journey, but it does call for the need for extra care and support.
With regular monitoring and expert medical assistance, women with high-risk pregnancies can dodge serious complications and have healthy babies. 

Are you at a risk?

There are a variety of different conditions that have been associated with the increased likelihood of high-risk pregnancies. These are:

The link between age and high-risk pregnancy 

There is a very close link between high-risk pregnancy and the age of the expectant mother. The complications are commonly seen in teens and women who conceive after 35 years of age.

Teenagers are at a high risk of experiencing problems like hypertension, anaemia and preterm labour. Most teens tend to skip their appointments and do not adhere to the guidelines recommended by the doctor, which further elevates the chances of a high-risk pregnancy.

Although many women who conceive after 35 years of age have a healthy and complication-free pregnancy, there are still some who are more likely to experience complications like gestational diabetes, hypertension, ectopic pregnancy, genetic abnormalities, prolonged labour and even miscarriage or stillbirth.

This makes it pertinent for women belonging to these age groups, to be careful from the very beginning, seek expert advice and go for regular check-ups

When should you consider seeing a doctor?

If your pregnancy has been classified as high-risk, you will need to watch out for any unusual symptoms and bring them to the notice of your doctor. These include:

Diagnosis of High-Risk Pregnancy

If you have a pre-existing condition that can increase the chances of a high-risk pregnancy, the diagnosis will be predominantly based on your medical history. For women who present with any unusual symptoms, the following tests may be performed to determine whether the pregnancy is high-risk or not.

Management of High-Risk Pregnancy

Effective management of a high-risk pregnancy is possible with expert guidance and care throughout the pregnancy. 

Depending upon the situation and risks associated with your pregnancy, our experts, at Surya Hospital offer comprehensive and personalized approaches. These include:
Regular check-ups and thorough assessment monitoring

Frequently Asked Questions

What factors make a pregnancy high-risk?

Pre-existing medical issues, the mother's age, previous pregnancies' complications, and repeated pregnancies are among the factors.

What is the frequency of doctor visits required during a high-risk pregnancy?

Pregnancies at high risk typically call for more frequent check-ups, usually once a month or perhaps more frequently depending on the specifics of each case.

Can normal births occur from high-risk pregnancies?

Some high-risk pregnancies can result in normal delivery, depending on the type of risk; others could need specific care and treatments.

What can I do in the event of a high-risk pregnancy to lower the risks?

 A healthy lifestyle, regular monitoring, medication compliance, and strict devotion to prenatal care can all help reduce the hazards associated with high-risk pregnancies.

Do high-risk delivery have access to special facilities?

Yes, obstetric high-risk units at hospitals are outfitted to manage emergencies and severe cases. 

Still have questions?

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