High-Risk Pregnancy

If you have an increased risk for complications during pregnancy, trust Hattiesburg Clinic to give the care you and your baby need.

High-Risk Pregnancy Overview

Expert care that you can trust is crucial when you are met with an unexpected high-risk pregnancy. You need a team that provides closer follow-up and monitoring as you move through your pregnancy. The perinatology expert at Hattiesburg Clinic has the knowledge and experience to support high-risk pregnancies. High-risk pregnancies are those that have a higher chance of experiencing complications and problems within the pregnancy.

With a team of a perinatologist, obstetricians, sonographers and obstetrical nurses, our comprehensive team offers the testing, treatment and monitoring you need to keep you and your baby safe.

What makes pregnancy high-risk?

Whether it is a condition you had before pregnancy or one that was developed during pregnancy, many factors may make a pregnancy high-risk. Risks include, but are not limited to:

How does family history impacts a pregnancy?

In some cases, a pregnancy may be considered high risk if the mother has a family history of the following diseases:

  • Cardiac disease
  • Renal disease
  • Gastrointestinal disease
  • Genetic disorders

How does treatment change if a pregnancy is high-risk?

Having a high-risk pregnancy means that you will likely need extra monitoring, testing and appointments during your pregnancy. The team at Hattiesburg Clinic is committed to offering you the care, support, resources and intervention you need to keep you and your baby safe.

Contact Hattiesburg Clinic

We understand how stressful it can be to go through a high-risk pregnancy. The health and safety of you and your baby is our utmost priority. Contact our maternal fetal medicine team today to learn more about our approach to care.

Maternal Fetal Medicine
Hattiesburg, MS
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Hattiesburg Clinic - 28th Place
421 S. 28th Ave.
Ste. 120
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
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8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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