Pregnancy is a time of joy and excitement. But for some women, it can also be a time of anxiety and stress. If you're pregnant and have been diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy, you may wonder what you can do to help ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby. Here are some tips to help you manage your high-risk pregnancy.
Monitor Existing Medical Conditions
When pregnant, you need to be aware of any medical conditions that could put you or your baby at risk.
A lot of women only go to the gynecologist when they are experiencing issues. Or they go in their twenties, only to stop in their thirties, forties, and fifties because they think just because they no longer need birth control, that they don't need to go in for routine exams. There's a reason why you should be going to the gynecologist yearly for exams—a number of reasons, actually. Read on for a few of these reasons and why they are so important.