High-Risk Pregnancy

Though your pregnancy may be thought of as “high-risk,” thanks to countless advances in women’s health technology and medicine, the risk is lower than it ever was before.

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The Good News

Hearing that your pregnancy is categorized as "high-risk" can be hard news to hear. Every mother and mother-to-be wants a happy, healthy baby above all else. But there is good news. Though your pregnancy may be thought of as "high-risk," thanks to countless advances in women's health technology and medicine, having a high-risk pregnancy is a lower risk than it ever was before.

What Matters

Pregnancies can be determined to be high-risk for any number of reasons, but what really matters is that your INTEGRIS OB/GYN will keep a close eye on the health of both you and your baby throughout your pregnancy. When the time comes for labor and delivery, you can rest assured that no matter where you are in Oklahoma, INTEGRIS Women's Services will be with you. Wherever you and your physician decide to deliver, it will have the most advanced, high-caliber care for both you and your precious baby. No matter what, we'll be by your side.

Possible Complications

Heart disease
Diabetes or other endocrine disorders
Infectious diseases
High blood pressure (hypertension) or preeclampsia (toxemia)
Kidney or gastrointestinal disease
Rare maternal genetic and other disease
Later age pregnancy
Genetic disorders
Placental problems
Multiple gestation pregnancies (twins, triplets, or more)
Recurrent preterm labor and delivery
Cervical insufficiency
Premature rupture of membranes
Recurrent pregnancy loss
Congenital abnormalities (birth defects)
Critical care needs

Female Infertility

Neonatal Care


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