If your pregnancy is considered high-risk, it's important to work with your doctor or care team to get any health problems that can be managed under control.
Other important tips for a healthy pregnancy include:
See your doctor early in and throughout your pregnancy for prenatal care.
Eat a healthy diet (getting plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, etc.) and exercise if your doctor says it's OK.
Gain a healthy amount of weight (not too much or too little).
Protect yourself from infections (including Zika). Wash your hands well and often; do not eat raw meat, fish, or unpasteurized cheese; and get any immunizations your doctor recommends.
Don't have unprotected sex with a partner whose sexual history is unknown to you or who may have an STD. If you become infected, the disease may be passed to your baby, with potentially dangerous results.