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High Risk Pregnancy Care

Your pregnancy is called high-risk if you or your baby have an increased chance of a health problem. Many things can put you at high risk. Being called "high-risk" may sound scary. But it's just a way for doctors to make sure that you get special attention during your pregnancy. 

St. Luke’s experienced team of maternal fetal medicine specialists will watch you closely during your high-risk pregnancy to find any problems early and offer support, resources, and expert medical services. And, we’ll work to manage problems with your developing fetus, as needed.

Learn more at full High-Risk Pregnancy Health Topic page

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    Obesity and Pregnancy: A Growing Problem for Moms and Babies 

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