Your Health: Treating a High-Risk Pregnancy
"We shouldn't be scared to call it a high-risk pregnancy," Dr. Rizwana Fareeduddin, a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist with North Florida Perinatal Associates, explains, "What it means is that, as a provider, this is something that I'd follow more closely. We'll usually see these moms every month for a growth scan, every couple weeks to monitor their blood sugar or their blood-pressure, maybe a couple of other tests that need to be done either for mom or for baby, it just usually means more visits."
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