High Risk Obstetrical Care
Pregnancies that are complicated by diabetes, high blood pressure, multiple births, polyhydramnios or oligohydramnios (too much or too little fluid around your baby), or other high risk conditions require that you and your baby undergo special testing.
What is considered a high risk pregnancy?
At times during pregnancy, aches, pains, and other physical changes can pop up. Most of the time, these discomforts are no more than signs of normal pregnancy. But sometimes, physical symptoms can warn of a serious problem. You should not hesitate to call your doctor or midwife if something is bothering or worrying you. Sometimes physical changes can be signs of a problem. To help you identify what to do when, take a look at Central Carolinas Pregnancy Info Sheet.