Embarazos de atención especial

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Muchas mujeres no tienen problemas con el embarazo más allá de las molestias normales. Otras, sin embargo, experimentan complicaciones más serias que ameritan atención inmediata. Usted puede escuchar que se refieren a su caso como de "alto riesgo", y esto simplemente significa que si tuvo ciertas condiciones médicas antes del embarazo o tuvo una complicación durante el mismo, usted y su bebé serán controlados más de cerca. Es de suma importancia que usted se mantenga en comunicación constante con su doctor y le llame de inmediato si experimenta cualquier signo de alarma. El diagnóstico temprano de un problema es importante para su salud y la del bebé.

Condiciones de atención especial

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  • Last Reviewed on 12/09/2012
  • Irina Burd, MD, PhD, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.

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