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1

List the factors which can contribute to High risk pregnancies? (6)

MULTIPLES
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MOM OVER 35 Y/O (not auto-high risk)
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MOM UNDER 17
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UNDERLYING CHRONIC CONDITIONS
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HISTORY OF GYNECOLOGICAL DISORDERS
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HISTORY OF LOSS

2

Becoming pregnant with multiples increases stress on birth parent and fetuses, and can lead to what?

PRE-TERM LABOUR

3

A birth parent over the age of 35 has an increased risk of what? (6)

PREECLAMPSIA
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PLACENTAL DYSFUNCTION
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GESTATIONAL DIABETES
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FIBROIDS
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FETAL GROWTH RESTRICTIONS
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LABOUR COMPLICATIONS / CAESAREAN

4

Why would a birth parent under the age of 17 be considered high risk? (3)

PREECLAMPSIA
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FETAL GROWTH RESTRICTIONS
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FORGETTING MEDS

5

Which underlying chronic conditions lead to high risk pregnancies? (8)

DIABETES
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HIGH BP
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EPILEPSY
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ANEMIA
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STI's
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MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS
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COMPROMISED CV SYSTEM
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BLOOD CLOTTING DISORDERS

6

Name the gynaecological disorders which lead to high risk pregnancies? (4)

STI's
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PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
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ENDOMETRIOSIS
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LARGE SYMPTOMATIC FIBROIDS

7

Name the 4 types of pregnancy loss?

MISCARRIAGE
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STILL BIRTH
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ECTOPIC PREGNANCY
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PREMATURE BIRTH