Pregnancy and Motherhood

Best Maternity Care & Pregnancy Clinic

We at Maxene Health Care

We at Maxene Health Care believe in high quality maternity care during pregnancy for both the mother and the fetus. Pregnancy is an extremely important phase in a couple’s life. We believe in handling any type of pregnancy conditions with exceptional quality and care. We have a team of highly experienced best maternity doctors and obstetrician to handle all types of pregnancy including the high risk pregnancy.

We are known for handling all pregnancy related cases like

First time mother care
Normal pregnancy
High risk pregnancy
Normal delivery
C- Section delivery

Pregnancy Complications

A pregnancy complication is any disease or condition that affects a person’s pregnancy. Getting regular prenatal care, attending all your appointments and tests and sharing your symptoms with your provider is the best thing you can do during pregnancy. Early detection and prompt treatment can help most pregnancy complications.

Causes of complications on pregnancy

Complications during pregnancy can arise due to various factors. Some common causes include

1. Pre-Existing Health Conditions

Women with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, or autoimmune disorders may be at a higher risk of developing complications during pregnancy.

2. Gestational Diabetes

This condition occurs when blood sugar levels rise during pregnancy. It can lead to complications for both the mother and the baby if not properly managed.

3. High Blood Pressure (Preeclampsia)

Preeclampsia is a condition characterized by high blood pressure and damage to organs such as the liver or kidneys. It can lead to complications such as premature birth, growth restriction, or placental abruption.

4. Preterm Labor

When contractions begin and the cervix starts to open before the 37th week of pregnancy, it is called preterm labor. Premature birth can result in various complications for the baby, including respiratory distress syndrome and developmental issues.

5. Multiple Pregnancies

Carrying twins, triplets, or more increases the risk of complications, such as preterm birth, gestational diabetes, and preeclampsia.

6. Infections

Infections during pregnancy, such as urinary tract infections, vaginal infections, or sexually transmitted infections, can increase the risk of complications for both the mother and the baby.

7. Placenta Problems

Issues with the placenta, such as placenta previa (when the placenta partially or completely covers the cervix) or placental abruption (when the placenta separates from the uterus), can cause complications such as bleeding, restricted fetal growth, or preterm labor.

8. Fetal Abnormalities

Certain congenital abnormalities or genetic disorders in the baby can lead to complications during pregnancy, labor, or delivery.

9. Lifestyle Factors

Smoking, alcohol or drug abuse, poor nutrition, obesity, or inadequate prenatal care can increase the risk of complications during pregnancy.

It’s important to note that every pregnancy is unique, and not all women will experience complications. Regular prenatal care and early detection of any potential issues can help manage and minimize complications during pregnancy

Common Pregnancy Complications