High Risk Pregnancy and Genetic Counseling
High-risk pregnancy care
You may be referred to a perinatologist (a pregnancy doctor with training in caring for high-risk pregnancies) if you
- are pregnant with more than one baby
- have had significant problems with previous pregnancies
- have a health problem or develop a health problem that may worsen during pregnancy (such as gestational diabetes)
- have a baby diagnosed with a medical condition that requires special care.
Minnesota Perinatal Physicians has provided high-risk pregnancy care for women in the five-state region. Our perinatologists care for mothers and their babies, while they are in utero (in the womb).
- Meet our perinatologists.
- For more about one of the largest perinatal practices in the nation, go to allinahealth.org/MNperinatal.
Midwest Fetal Care Center experts diagnose and treat potentially life-threatening conditions in babies before they are born. Our fetal surgeons are skilled in procedures such as fetal transfusion for anemia, fetal surgery for twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and more.
- Meet our care team and learn more about the only center of its kind in the Upper Midwest at allinahealth.org/midwestfetal.
Minnesota Perinatal Physicians provides genetic testing and counseling services for families who have had trouble getting pregnant or complications with previous pregnancies.