A pregnancy is high-risk when it comes with complications that can negatively impact the mother, foetus or both. A pregnancy becomes high-risk because of several factors and requires special attention and management by expert doctors to ensure the wholesome nurturing of the child and care of the mother. Some of the factors that can make a pregnancy high-risk are medical conditions before or during pregnancy like diabetes, autoimmune diseases, STD’s, lung/ kidney/ heart disease, obesity, depression and other types of autoimmune infections.