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What Constitutes a High-Risk Pregnancy?

Dr. Sidiq Aldabbagh, MD has considerable experience in the supervision, management, and treatment of high-risk pregnancy. He has Successfully treated hundreds of women with high pregnancies in the past years.

Specialists consider a pregnancy high-risk when the mother or child possesses an increased risk of health-related problems. A number of circumstances exist that a doctor may classify a mother for a high-risk pregnancy. Although this sounds scary, it is simply a method that a specialist will use to ensure that a pregnant mother receives the specialized care and attention they need during their pregnancy.

A high-risk pregnancy classification means that the specialist and their team will monitor the carrying mother closely. This classification aims to ensure proper detection and response to any potential problems early on.

Medical conditions that make a pregnancy high risk include:

  • Advanced Maternal Age > 35
  • Preterm Labor
  • Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes
  • Chronic Hypertension
  • Preeclampsia
  • Twin Pregnancy & Multiple Gestation
  • Pregestational & Gestational Diabetes
  • Heart & Kidney Disease
  • HIV & Hepatitis C Virus
  • Placenta Previa & Accreta
  • Multiple Cesarean Sections

How Can Trusted Women’s Health Center Care for High-Risk Pregnancies?

Our OB-GYN, Dr. Sidiq Aldabbagh, MD will request more visits to the clinic than a woman not diagnosed with high-risk pregnancy. They may additionally administer more blood pressure and ultrasound tests to ensure that the mother remains healthy, and the baby is growing and thriving well in their environment.

Expecting Moms Can Help Themselves, As Well As Their Baby.

Pregnant women should attend any and all doctor’s appointments. Frequently visiting a professional can help specialists catch any potential problem, in addition, to prevent them before they start. They should also eat a rich, healthy diet that includes protein, milk, fruits, and vegetables.

Your OB-GYN may suggest that you modify your existing diet and exercise regimens, and keep track of how much the baby moves each day. Those diagnosed with high-risk pregnancy must also monitor any potential signs of problems or concerns like any pregnant woman.

Dr. Sidiq Aldabbagh performs most of his deliveries and cesarean sections at Baptist Hospital of Miami located in Kendall, Florida & South Miami Hospital, both of which have the latest technology to ensure excellent care for you and your baby. Should your baby need extra attention, neonatologists are available 24 hours a day to provide your little one with specialized care.

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