Pregnancy with associated medical conditions like High BP, Diabetes, Heart Problems, Anemia, and more.
Once you get diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy, it is natural to get flustered. The treatment options vary depending on your medical history and the risk factors associated with your pregnancy.
The risk factor associated with high-risk pregnancies puts you at the risk of developing high blood pressure complications and gestational diabetes.
A high-risk pregnancy can open up the pandora’s box to various cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases. It is crucial to manage high blood pressure using a combination of medication and lifestyle changes during your pregnancy. Your gynecologist may suggest specific diet and exercise changes to help keep your blood pressure under control.
Gestational diabetes is associated with a high-risk pregnancy that usually resolves independently. While gestational diabetes lasts only during your pregnancy, it puts you at serious risk of developing diabetes in the long term. Your doctor will suggest some diet changes and curate a treatment plan for you and your infant post gestational diabetes.
Some essential tips to keep in mind post-diagnosis with gestational diabetes include:
Your gynecologist may prescribe medication to regulate your blood sugar and blood pressure levels. An oral hypoglycemic tablet or insulin can help you manage gestational diabetes under your medical provider’s supervision.
Even during the pregnancy, you can take certain steps to reduce the risk of specific problems:
Rathi Hospital is a multidisciplinary hospital equipped with a highly qualified and experienced team of specialists from all sections. Our high-risk team of gynecologists offers a concurrent holistic spectrum of care to manage high-risk pregnancies throughout gestation, parturition, and beyond to protect both you and your baby.