5 edition of Your high-risk pregnancy found in the catalog.
Your high-risk pregnancy
|Statement||Diana Raab, with Errol Norwitz ; Norma Dvorsky, illustrator.|
|Contributions||Norwitz, Errol R.|
|LC Classifications||RG571 .R33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009024785|
If your pregnancy is high-risk, it means you need extra care to help you have a healthy pregnancy and baby. If you're being treated for a lifelong (chronic) condition, you may have known for a long time that becoming pregnant carries additional risks. Or you may find out you have a high-risk pregnancy because of a problem that develops for the. Questions and Answers About Your High-Risk Pregnancy provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions posed by at-risk expecting mothers and fathers. The text covers topics such as testing, mother's health, fetal health, complications, prevention and treatment, and physical.
" Questions and Answers About Your High-Risk Pregnancy provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions posed by "at-risk" expecting mothers and fathers. The text covers topics such as testing, mother's health, fetal health, complications, prevention and treatment, and physical and psychological coping. Get this from a library! Getting pregnant & staying pregnant: overcoming infertility and managing your high-risk pregnancy. [Diana Raab; Anita Levine-Goldberg] -- Covers fertility tests and treatments, in-vitro fertilization, genetic testing, birth defects, high-risk pregnancies, and premature births.
If you are having twins or multiples, your pregnancy is naturally high-risk, so the doctor may take more precautions with your activities. If you are diagnosed with an incompetent cervix or there are complications with the placenta, the doctor will likely insist on complete bedrest, as these two conditions can have fatal consequences for your. A "high-risk" pregnancy means a woman has one or more things that raise her — or her baby's — chances for health problems or preterm (early) delivery. A woman's pregnancy might be considered high risk if she: is age 17 or younger. is age 35 or older. was underweight or overweight before becoming pregnant.
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The battle begins before that first wave of morning sickness. But what works in a normal pregnancy might not work in a high-risk pregnancy. If this woman is. YOUR PREGNANCY AT A GLANCE Before you get pregnant 5 0–8 weeks 6 8–12 weeks 6 12–16 weeks 7 16–20 weeks 7 20–25 weeks 7 25 weeks 7 28 weeks 8 31 weeks 8 34 weeks 8 36 weeks 9 38 weeks 9 40 weeks 9 41 weeks 9 introduction ﬁnd everything you need to know in this book 5 BEFORE YOU GET PREGNANT • Think about the lifestyle factors.
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High Risk Pregnancy PDF Free Download E-BOOK DESCRIPTION Continuing the tradition established in prior editions, this product answers the key questions that any clinician encounters with a high-risk pregnancy: what are the risks for the woman and/or the baby with this condition?
High Risk Pregnancy examines the full range of challenges in general obstetrics, medical complications of pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis, fetal disease, and management of labor and delivery.
Drs. David James, Philip J. Steer, Carl P. Weiner, Bernard Gonik, Caroline Crowther, and Stephen Robson present an evidence-based approach to the available management options, equipping you .Having a high-risk pregnancy simply means that due to a pre-existing health condition — or one you develop while you're expecting — you may have a greater change of pregnancy complications.
Because of that chance, you’ll need extra monitoring and perhaps extra treatment to make sure everything goes smoothly with your health and your baby’s.