High-Risk Pregnancy

 

Any pregnancy in which the mother or baby is more likely to be sick or have problems is considered high-risk.

Some examples of things that can occur during a pregnancy, turning it into a high-risk situation are:

Some chronic health problems of the mother can also make a pregnancy high-risk. Examples include:

High blood pressure

  • Diabetes
  • Overweight/underweight
  • Heart problems
  • Kidney problems
  • HIV/AIDS

TMC is a Level III labor and delivery center, able to care for every kind of high-risk pregnancy, assuring the best chance for you and your baby’s health. Accredited by the Arizona Perinatal Trust, we have professionals standing by 24/7 who specialize in high-risk pregnancy.

At TMC, all Labor and Delivery nurses are trained in high-risk conditions and respond along with their medical colleagues to care for moms and their babies during any circumstances that arise.