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High Risk Pregnancy

Best High Risk Pregnancy Treatment in Hyderabad

Pregnancies that are classified as high-risk occur when the mother, developing fetus, or both are at a higher risk of developing complications during or after pregnancy and delivery. It is imperative that such women and their babies are closely monitored and cared for during pregnancy. It is important to know what causes a high-risk pregnancy and to take the correct steps to manage it at the right time. 

We, at CARE Hospitals, strive to ensure that your pregnancy is complete and that you deliver a healthy baby. The special care needed for High-Risk Pregnancy cases that can cause complications during pregnancy, or during childbirth, can be provided by our specialists who are trained to diagnose and treat them.

Understanding the factors that can cause complications during high-risk pregnancies can be a crucial part of managing these situations. The factors that affect high-risk pregnancies can broadly be divided into four categories. These are:

  • Maternal age

Pre-pregnancy counselling

  1. Recurrent pregnancy loss.
  2. Unexplained intrauterine fetal death (IUFD) or stillbirth in the past.
  • Lifestyle choices

  • Pregnancy conditions

  • Pregnancy with a previous child affected by Thalassemia.

  • Pregnancy with suspected fetal infection (TORCH, chickenpox)

  • Pregnancy with Diabetes

  • Pregnancy with chronic hypertension

  • Pregnancy with heart disease

  • Pregnancy with autoimmune and connective tissue disorders

    • Pregnancy with thrombophilias.

    • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE).

    • Sjogren’s syndrome.

    • Rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Pregnancy with the suspected morbidly adherent placenta (MAP)

  • Management of fetal growth-restricted babies (FGR)

    • Dopplers.

    • Non-stress test (CTG).

  • Medical history

Hereditary genetic disorder


Pregnancies at high risk can be diagnosed by a doctor in a number of ways. You will be prescribed by your doctor one or more of the tests below help identify high-risk pregnancy problems.

  • Ultrasounds- An ultrasound is used to diagnose high-risk pregnancies. Targeted ultrasounds can produce images of your child in the womb, and can be used to check for things like fetal abnormalities.

  • Blood Testing- It is possible of course for a routine blood test to detect gestational hypertension, which is a condition that can be diagnosed through a routine blood test. You and your baby can be at risk if this occurs and will need to be monitored and treated during pregnancy.

  • Urinalysis- The test can detect excess protein in the urine, which can be used to diagnose conditions such as preeclampsia

Signs and Symptoms:

Upon learning you are pregnant, make an appointment with your doctor to discuss the possibility of a high-risk pregnancy. Discuss all pre-existing medical conditions, their management, as well as possible consequences of the same on labour and delivery. Here are some signs and symptoms of high-risk pregnancy outlined by the team at CARE Hospitals.

It is essential to seek immediate medical attention if you experience any of the following signs of high-risk pregnancy:

  • You lose consciousness- It would be impossible for you to take any action in this situation. Provide your partner, neighbour, or co-worker with information about what to do in such a case.

  • You experience vaginal bleeding.

  • You experience unbearable abdominal or pelvic pain.

  • Vaginal fluid leaks from your body- It may be because the umbilical cord has bulged into your vagina. Immediately seek medical attention. In the meantime, get on your knees so that your rear end (buttocks) is higher than your head. By doing this, you will reduce the pressure on the cord until help arrives.


It is logical that if you plan to become pregnant, you would want to prevent a high-risk pregnancy as much as possible. At CARE Hospitals, we emphasize to all patients that healthy behaviour and early pregnancy testing can prevent high-risk pregnancies. Pregnancy problems associated with high-risk pregnancy occur because of one or more of the following reasons:

  • Pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes or hypertension in the mother

  • Conditions related to pregnancy that can lead to complications like premature birth

  • The age of the expectant mother

  • Lifestyle disorders


The Best High Risk Pregnancy Treatment in Hyderabad will be prescribed based on the risk factors that you have been diagnosed with. We at CARE Hospitals are well-equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly skilled and experienced professionals to provide the best care for every high-risk pregnancy situation.

The following are some common methods of treating high-risk pregnancies:

  • Gestational Diabetes- The condition can increase the chances of complications during pregnancy. By following a doctor’s diet and treatment plan, you can have a healthy pregnancy and birth.

  • High blood pressure- Your blood pressure medication may need to be changed during pregnancy. This condition can also be treated with lifestyle changes such as limiting salt intake and exercising regularly.

  • Pre-eclampsia- Symptoms of mild preeclampsia may be treated with bed rest. In addition to vitamins E and C, you may be asked to take them. The condition usually resolves after delivery.

What makes CARE Hospitals different

Pregnancies at high risk require expert care. Our experts at CARE Hospitals will always provide you and your child with the highest quality of care. In a high-risk pregnancy, there is a greater chance of a health crisis for both you and your baby. During your pregnancy, CARE Hospitals experts are more vigilant than usual in order to detect any problems in advance.

We are always able to give special care and attention to high-risk pregnancies in the following ways to ensure the best High Risk Pregnancy Treatment in Hyderabad:

  • A detailed fetal image is obtained to diagnose the medical abnormalities and plan the suitable treatment strategies based on advanced imaging techniques.

  • The treatment of the fetus during pregnancy and ensuring a positive long-term outcome for the unborn, setting up a personalized care plan before and after delivery and the new-born period

  • As a part of prenatal education, the expert team provides patient education on high-risk deliveries and postnatal care in order to prepare you for the next step of the pregnancy, while supporting and minimizing mother and family stress.

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