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Can I Take The Pill Safely With My Preeclampsia Medical History
Yes: Assuming you have no other medical problems a history of preeclampsia does not disqualify you from taking birth control pills. ...Read more
Sister has been incredibly sick- high BP and symptoms of preeclampsia. Will they take the baby early?
Yes: If she has preeclampsia, the treatment is delivery. ...Read more
How long on average do the symptoms of preeclampsia, hypertension and protien in urine take to go away completely after birth?
Post-eclampsia Elert: Usually signs of preaclampsia disappear 1-2 wks after birth. If you have symptoms persisting beyond delivery, it would be called post aclampsia, which should be viewed seriously for potential of complications such as hypertension, seizures and kidney disease. Besides your BP, your OB doctor may want to test your blood for platelets (for clotting ability), urine and BP and you may benefit from meds ...Read more
Can procardia (nifedipine) mask preeclampsia if you take it for ptl and start having symptoms of preeclampsia once med is stopped, such as abdominal pain & nausea?
Abdo pain and nausea: Are more symptomatic of premature labor, you should be asking this? To your OB doc. The most common symptom of pre- eclamp is elevated BP along with other signs, u need to call your OB as you may need to get back on it or a diff med if u are still early and it is easy to get your BP checked. ...Read more
On baby aspirin to reduce risks of preeclampsia in pregnancy. Is it okay to take omega 3? Currently have but threw it up, will it of not went into me?
Omega 3: Yes you can take omega 3 but if vomiting continues don' t take the drugs together ...Read more
Can I take ic atenolol at 11 weeks of pregnancy to prevent pre-eclampsia? Blood pressure is normal, Cardiac output at the top of normal scale, HR 85.
Pregnancy and BP: Pre-eclampsia features protein in the urine and high blood pressure. Atenolol is a very good BP lowering medication but is not a first choice medication in pregnancy. Labetalol is safer. Preventing pre-eclampsia requires careful diet, low salt, rest, and low stress. Talk to your obstetrician about taking aspirin also. Don't take any medication without OB clearance. ...Read more
Pre-eclampsia: Pre-eclampsia is more common in first pregnancies. Recurrence risk is about 15%. Recurrence may be higher if you have high blood pressure outside of pregnancy or if you have a multiple gestation. Most obstetricians manage a patient with a history of pre-eclampsia without the help of a high risk specialist. ...Read more
Cld mild preeclampsia cause brain aneurysm formation in someone with family history or does blood pressure have to remain high for a longer period of time?
Not cause - rupture.: Preeclampsia cannot cause brain aneurysms, but can certainly make them rupture and cause massive strokes. Berry aneurysms in the brain vessels pre-date the pregnancy, but when it is complicated by pree they can leak or rupture with catastrophic consequences. The longer the preeclamptic hypertension goes untreated, the higher the risk of stroke (hemorrhagic, massive, occasionally lethal). ...Read more
Pregnancy high BP: Preeclampsia (also called "toxemia") is a triad of findings (high blood pressure, swelling, and protein in the urine) usually seen in the third trimester of pregnancy. Typically seen in first pregnancies, younger pregnant women, multiple pregnancies, and other risk factors, pre-eclampsia can lead to serious complications. Treatment: bedrest or hospitalization. Cure: delivery. ...Read more
Vision changes, HA: Sometimes abnormal placentas begin to breakdown at 20wks, leading to exposure of mom to some of dad's placental genes and lead to an "allergic" reaction where the vessels spasm and platelets are drawn away (thrombocytopenia). The spasm causes high BP, HA, liver dysfunction, vision changes, and protein in the urine; leads to maternal seizure, decreased baby growth, and sometimes placental abruption ...Read more
Risk of bleeding!: Sometimes abnormal placentas begin to breakdown at 20wks, leading to exposure of mom to some of dad's placental genes and lead to an "allergic" reaction where the vessels spasm and platelets are drawn away (thrombocytopenia). The spasm causes high BP, HA, liver dysfunction, vision changes, and protein in the urine; leads to maternal seizure, decreased baby growth, and sometimes placental abruption ...Read more
Preeclampsia: Preeclampsia can develop after delivery. It is rare and usually occurs in the first one to two weeks after delivery. The farther you are from delivery the lower the chance. ...Read more
Lots: There are several signs and symptoms of preeclampsia. These can include high blood pressure, protein in the urine, visual disturbances, headaches, low platelets, elevated liver function tests, kidney failure, or fetal growth restriction. It is important to remember that these symptoms can occur in other conditions and none of these alone means you necessarily have preeclampsia. ...Read more
Sometimes small, etc: Babies of women with preeclampsia might be smaller because they did not grow well (due to higher blood pressure) or were born early because the women needed to be delivered preterm. There are other possible effects that are known or being studied, but those are the main ones in developed nations. ...Read more
Danger sign: Flashing lights are a worrisome sign if pre=eclampsia. This suggests brain swelling, and should be reported to your dr immediately. ...Read more
May be a part of Pre:
Up to 20 % of pregnant women with severe pre eclampsia or eclampsia will also have hellp syndrome. The cause is unknown, usually before 37 wks
preeclampsia by definition is high blood pressure and protein in the urine that presents in woman after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Hellp as the letters stand for is: h= hemolysis (when red blood cells break down, el= elevated liver enzymes, p= low platelets. ...Read more
PREECLAMPSIA: Be under the care of your OB. He will monitor the SX until you are safe to have your baby. ...Read more
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/preeclampsia/basics/definition/con-20031644
Its the same!: It would be the continuation of the same preeclampsia! ...Read more
Normal no - possible: Pres (posterior reversible leucoencephalopathy syndrome) is a rare but well-described complicaion of severe pre-eclampsia that causes temporary cortical blindness. This is not a stroke and full (or almost full) recovery is expected postpartum, once the diseased organ (placenta) is removed at delivery. ...Read more
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