A 25-year-old female asked:
How do i prevent preeclampsia in my future pregnancies, ive had it twice now and lost both babies. i weigh 77 and im 165m tall. before my first pregnancy i was in perfect health and i never experienced high blood pressure until during my first baby?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 40 years experience
Keeping weight gain: as low as is safe for baby, taking 81 mg aspirin, starting at 14 weeks, daily for the whole of the pregnancy. Keeping an active lifestyle. these are some ways to help. Also discuss with your doctor to be sure all factors are considered.
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Last updated Jan 6, 2020
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