35 Isn’t The Only Indicator For High-Risk Pregnancy

We’re following Lisa through her virtual pregnancy with The Interactive You. Does being 35 years old automatically make her high risk?

Watch “Webisode 3: Genetic Testing at Beaumont Hospital” to see why Dr. Genord says she may not be considered high risk, but there are still things she needs to think about because of her age.

 

1 Response to “35 Isn’t The Only Indicator For High-Risk Pregnancy”


  1. 1 Anonymous April 6, 2011 at 11:50 am

    Very informative. Thank you!


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