What We Offer
When you’re expecting a child, you need experts on your team to help guide you every step of the way. At High Risk Pregnancy Doctors in Frisco, Texas, maternal-fetal medicine specialist Violetta Lozovyy, MD, and her team provide high-quality care with a hands-on approach for women who are preparing for pregnancy and childbirth.
What makes us special?
High Risk Pregnancy
High Risk Pregnancy Care
As many as 8% of pregnancies in the United States are considered high risk, but with careful monitoring and testing, they can result in healthy babies. You get expert care for your high risk pregnancy from our team of specially skilled and board-certified physicians. Contact us to learn more about how to manage your high risk pregnancy.
A high risk pregnancy can lead to a lot of worry about your health and the health of your baby. Pre-pregnancy genetic screening helps you learn if your baby will be at risk for certain conditions. The team will provide the latest genetic testing to give you a comprehensive understanding of your baby’s health. Call the office to learn more.
Fetal Interventions Specialist
Advanced technology is making it possible to diagnose problems like congenital heart defects at a very early stage of pregnancy. Violetta Lozovyy, MD, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, can diagnose a comprehensive range of conditions, allowing you the opportunity to undergo fetal interventions that improve your baby’s chances of being healthy when they’re born.
Being pregnant with multiples is exciting and perhaps daunting, especially when you learn you and your babies are more likely to have health complications than if you’re pregnant with a single baby. The experienced and skilled team here can guide you through this high risk pregnancy. Call one of the offices right away if you’re pregnant with multiples.
Preconception counseling is invaluable when you’re considering parenthood, particularly if you have any genetic risks or conditions, especially such common ones as diabetes that could affect any offspring you conceive.
Three in every 20 premature births in the United States are caused by preeclampsia, a dangerous condition for pregnant women. Marked by sudden high blood pressure and high levels of protein in the urine, preeclampsia needs to be managed by experts.