All pregnancies have their risks, but high-risk pregnancies are those that have a greater chance of harming the mother and developing baby. Pregnancies in women over 35 years old or those with medical conditions may be automatically considered as high-risk pregnancies.
Receiving prenatal care before and during a pregnancy is the best way to ensure your pregnancy does not become high-risk. Those that are already classified as carrying a high-risk pregnancy should especially receive prenatal care to avoid complications in labor and ensure the health of both the mother and child.
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