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Which specific risks or dangers are involved in a multiple pregnancy?

By Manuel Fernández.
Last Update: 06/03/2011

Although the potential risks for the fetuses and the mother are becoming increasingly controlled and less frequent, it is precisely in cases of multiple births where problems for the mother may raise, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, prematurity, problems at the time of delivery, etc. As for the baby, the potential dangers are those related to prematurity, most of them considered as mild and transitional, although some may become a serious health issue.

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 Manuel Fernández
Manuel Fernández
MD, PhD
Gynecologist
Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University Hospital Virgen Macarena de Seville. Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Gynecologist at IVI Seville since 2003 and Director since 2005.
License: 4114231
Gynecologist. Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University Hospital Virgen Macarena de Seville. Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Gynecologist at IVI Seville since 2003 and Director since 2005. License: 4114231.
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