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Preparing for a High-Risk Pregnancy After a Low Risk Pregnancy

Few people expect to have a high-risk pregnancy unless they’re aware of pre-existing health complications or reasons they’d be high-risk. Even fewer expect to have a high-risk pregnancy after already experiencing a low-risk pregnancy, meaning one that had no health complications to you or your baby/babies, deliver was after 37 weeks and uncomplicated for both…

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