If certain factors arise during your pregnancy, you may be determined to be high-risk. A high risk pregnancy simply means that your baby has an increased risk of a health problem. Common high-risk factors include diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, pregnancy with multiples, history of miscarriage, being under age 17 or over age 35, and a baby which has been confirmed to have a health issue. In many cases, a maternal-fetal specialist will follow you in addition to your MOGA physician. Other specialists may also be consulted as needed.