Comparatively, some pregnancies are of “high risk”, with greater chances of complications. This “high risk” label is based on several factors, like:
Such high-risk pregnancies are managed with specialized care and support from qualified teams.
The right treatment can keep both the mother, as well as the unborn child, safer and healthier. But as said, it requires intensive care and important measures like controlling existing medical conditions, not repeating the same mistakes that led to complications the last time, detecting congenital problem in the baby.
Sure, nothing is guaranteed in these high-risk pregnancies. But chances of a healthier baby (and mom) significantly increases if the treatment is done by the right team and under the right facilities.