Routine and High-Risk Pregnancy


 

Pregnancy can be one of the most wonderful and terrifying times in a woman’s life. There are so many factors that are unknown. Having the proper knowledge regarding your pregnancy and all that affects it is crucial to keeping you and your baby safe during this time.

At Orange Blossom Women’s Group, we have a team ready to help you through this process. Led by Dr. Reut Bardach, our staff can answer your questions on care for you and your child throughout your pregnancy, whether it is routine or high-risk. Give us a call today to schedule your initial consultation.

What is a routine pregnancy?

Most pregnancies are considered routine. This is when there are very few factors that will cause harm to you or your child during the pregnancy or birth. While there will be a few moments during this time that will concern you, in the end, you will give birth to a beautiful child. If you have any concerns before or during your pregnancy, the specialists at Orange Blossom Women’s Group will be there to explain what is happening and why. It’s alright for you to not have all the answers. That is why we are here to help.

What is a high-risk pregnancy?

While the term “high-risk pregnancy” may sound frightening, most patients have a fairly routine pregnancy and birth experience due to careful monitoring by our experienced physicians. This term is used to describe women who are more likely to have complications during both the pregnancy and birth.

What can affect my pregnancy?

  • Maternal age
  • Obesity
  • Thyroid disease
  • High blood pressure
  • HIV or AIDS
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Blood disorders
  • Lifestyle choices

What can I do if I have a high-risk pregnancy?

If you have a high-risk pregnancy, be sure to be at every prenatal appointment with our doctor. We want to make sure that we are carefully monitoring your pregnancy to ensure the safety and health of you and your child. Another thing to help you during this time is to begin a healthy diet and limit strenuous activities.During your pregnancy, it is also crucial to ask your partner, friends, and family for support and assistance.

When you come into Orange Blossom Women’s Group, your well-being is our priority. Our team is ready to help you make it through your pregnancy with minimal complications. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and begin your prenatal care.

Location
Orange Blossom Women's Group
2043 Little Rd
Trinity, FL 34655-4421
Phone: 727-314-1146
Fax: 877-260-1182
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727-314-1146