Having a baby is a natural process. But sometimes there can be complications in childbirth that can affect the mother, the baby or both. These conditions are known as high-risk pregnancies, and they require the utmost attention of the professionals to tackle them. High-risk obstetrics includes the Maternal Age. There is always a potential age-related risk when the pregnant mother is under the age of 17 or over the age of 35. Chances of miscarriages are more when a person is above 40. High-risk pregnancy conditions include the conditions that have existed before the pregnancy- like high blood pressure, lung, kidney, or heart problems, diabetes, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or chronic infections such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). If there were any complication during previous childbirth, then it would be a case for high-risk pregnancy. The causes of Pregnancy-related issues can be due to Premature labor, multiple births (twins, triplets), and fetal problems. High-Risk Pregnancy Care Treatment is very mandatory for persons experiencing the above symptoms. These include getting medications containing folic acid, getting the appropriate immunization, eating a healthy and a proper diet and attaining the proper weight. Physical activity is also must, unless advised by the doctor. Lifestyle changes have to be made, and alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs have to be avoided at all cost. A gynecologist and the general physician have to be consulted in detail throughout the pregnancy period, and the treatment has to be undergone religiously.