Preeclampsia, a condition caused by high blood pressure and significant amounts of protein in the urine, can be life-threatening if it goes unmanaged. Here you'll learn about the symptoms, treatments, and prevention of Preeclampsia.
These signs warrant a call to the doctor.
Learn the symptoms of this serious pregnancy complication, and find out how it's treated.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, How can I keep from having this frightening problem again?
How to have a healthy pregnancy and birth when you're diagnosed with complications like preterm labor, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes or placenta previa.
Preeclampsia, or pregnancy-induced hypertension, occurs in five to 10 percent of pregnancies, and is diagnosed after the 20th week of pregnancy. Here are some warning signs.
Everything you need to know about preeclampsia after delivery.
Diabetes and preeclampsia are among two of the reasons why regular prenatal visits are so important.
Could you be in danger of developing preeclampsia? We asked experts how you can determine your risk for this serious pregnancy condition.
Find out if you're at risk for placental abruption and what symptoms to look out for.
Surprisingly, this pregnancy condition can affect your health even after you've given birth.
Pregnancy complications can happen to any mom-to-be -- and celebrities are no exception. Check out this list of celeb mamas who experienced one of the most common: preeclampsia.
Nearly 10 percent of expecting moms develop preeclampsia late in their third trimester. Find out the symptoms of preeclampsia and how it's treated.
Swelling is a common side effect of pregnancy as your due date gets closer. Learn how to get relief and when you need to call a doctor.
A new test for a scary pregnancy complication usually diagnosed in the third trimester may help women identify their risk as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
The new test may help predict a pregnant woman's risk for preeclampsia much earlier than current methods.
Getting a diagnosis of preeclampsia can be scary for a mom-to-be. Find out what you need to know if it happens to you.
This condition is one of the most common complications of pregnancy, striking about 5 percent of all expectant mothers.
When one mom was diagnosed with HELLP Syndrome, a variation of preeclampsia, it meant that her daughter needed to be delivered by emergency C-section at 32 weeks. Here's her story.
High blood pressure can be a serious problem during (and even before!) pregnancy. What you need to know about pre-pregnancy and gestational hypertension.