High-risk pregnancies are treated by the expert high-risk obstetrics. In medical term, obstetric is combined with gynaecology under the term obstetrics and gynaecology (OB/GYN). Their major aim is to help women with the high-risk pregnancy to have a healthy term and easy delivery. Regular monitoring of blood pressure and diabetes and ultrasound of the fetus can help in treating any complications. The rays emitted by the ultrasound are safe are not known to cause any risk to the fetus. If the mother is pregnant with multiple babies then it increases the risk further. A regular prenatal visit may help in detecting the complications sooner for immediate treatment or management. Several prenatal tests are carried out to find the genetic problems such as neural tube defect, ventral wall defect, Down's syndrome, chromosomal problems, etc. Diagnosing birth defects in early stages will help the doctor and the mother to plan and carry out the pregnancy safely along with regular counselling and support. Women with high-risk pregnancies often face anxiety and depression. They are advised to join support groups and programs that will help them in keeping calm. Regular exercise and proper diet are also very important for women with high-risk pregnancies. Post birth, the baby needs intensive care and proper aftercare. Perinatologist and Neonatologist work together with paediatricians, nurses and other experts in taking care of infants. Mothers after childbirth are given special attention and care by the caregivers to help and support them.