Get Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Maternal Fetal Medicine and the High Risk Pregnancy Center

What is a high-risk pregnancy?

A high-risk pregnancy is one in which some condition puts the mother or the developing fetus (or both) at an increased risk for complications during or after pregnancy and birth.

Why might I need to be treated at the High Risk Pregnancy Center?

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How do I find a maternal-fetal medicine specialist?

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Why should I have my ultrasounds done by a maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialist?

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What procedures do MFM specialists perform?

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When during pregnancy does a woman see a maternal-fetal medicine specialist?

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What is the range of care provided by maternal-fetal medicine specialists?

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I have chronic health conditions and I’m pregnant. Should I be monitored by an MFM specialist?

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What common fetal illnesses are managed by maternal-fetal medicine specialists?

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Are there other specialists that MFMs work with?

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What kind of research does a maternal-fetal medicine specialist do?

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What role do maternal-fetal medicine specialists play in education?

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For more information, to get answers to additional questions, or to schedule an appointment with one of our MFM specialists, call the High Risk Pregnancy Center at 888-381-0695. You can also request an appointment using our easy online form.