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  6. Managing a High-Risk Pregnancy

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  7. What Is Trisomy 18?

    WebMD explains the causes and diagnosis of trisomy 18, a chromosomal abnormality that often results in stillbirth or an early death of an infant.

  8. Pregnancy-Related Hypertension

    If you develop high blood pressure when you’re pregnant, you have gestational hypertension. Usually it starts after you've been pregnant for about 20 weeks, and it goes away after your baby is born.

  9. Is Your Pregnancy High Risk?

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  10. Is a Planned C-Section Right for Me?

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