April 2024

Pregnant woman with her doctor

What Is a High-Risk Pregnancy?

There’s no such thing as a zero-risk pregnancy. All pregnancies come with some risk to both mother and baby.  A low-risk pregnancy has been defined as a singleton pregnancy carried to term in which the baby is in the head-down position, and there are no other medical or surgical conditions with the mother or baby.… Read more »

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Maternal-Fetal Medicine Appointment

What to Expect at Your First Maternal-Fetal Medicine Appointment

With all the planning and excitement around your pregnancy, the words “high-risk” and “maternal-fetal medicine specialist” probably come as quite a shock.  If your OB-GYN recently referred you to maternal-fetal medicine, you may have some questions about what to expect.  In this blog post, we’ll discuss: What to expect at your first MFM visit The… Read more »

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