Preeclampsia

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.

I Had a Sudden Seizure After Giving Birth: How Postpartum Preeclampsia Happened to Me

I was not diagnosed with preeclampsia during pregnancy but developed it postpartum. Here's what new moms need to know about the condition that can cause eclampsia or seizures after delivery.
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Borderline High Blood Pressure and Pregnancy

Research shows blood pressure may not have to rise as high as previously thought to have negative outcomes during pregnancy. Here's what you can do about it.
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When Getting the Gear Isn’t a Given

The gift of essential baby items from the Good+ Foundation helped one family manage homelessness, high-risk pregnancies, and their child’s special needs.
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Kim Kardashian West Wants to Go for Baby #3, But Should She?

Despite having two high-risk pregnancies in her past, Kim Kardashian West may try for a third child.
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A Blood Test May Be Able to Predict Preeclampsia

The new test may help predict a pregnant woman's risk for preeclampsia much earlier than current methods.
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More Preeclampsia

Signs of Preeclampsia Every Pregnant Woman Should Know

Learn the most common preeclampsia symptoms, including high blood pressure and severe swelling during pregnancy. 
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I Was Just Diagnosed With Preeclampsia: Now What?

A preeclampsia diagnosis can be scary for a mom-to-be. But take a deep breath. Here's everything you need to know about preeclampsia treatment.
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