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A pregnancy is considered high-risk when the mother or fetus has a suspected higher-than-normal risk for complications. High-risk can stem from health concerns in the mother, the fetus or from the pregnancy itself. Approximately 5 to 10 percent of pregnant women experience a high-risk pregnancy.
If you have been diagnosed as high-risk, your Fetal Care specialist will closely monitor you and your baby throughout your pregnancy.
There are multiple reasons why a pregnancy may be classified as high-risk, including:
A pregnancy can become high-risk at any time if health concerns develop. Contact your doctor or your local hospital if you experience any of the following symptoms during pregnancy: