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Does Family History Of Preeclampsia Cause Eclampsia
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High BP in pregnancy: Eclampsia is a disease of pregnancy. It usually occurs in the third trimester as a result of severely elevated blood pressure. Preeclampsia occurs first. When recognized the patient is started on IV magnesium which prevents seizures. If the disease gets worse a seizure can occur (eclampsia). This puts the mother and baby at rick. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does isolated diastolic hypertension (e.g., 127/96) need any medical attention? Is preconception IDH associated with any pregnancy risks? Thank you!
Yes: Especially in someone your age. Up to age 50 diastolic HTN can be more common than systolic HTN. ...Read more
Does high anxiety or hypertension of mother during labour/delivery cause otism or related disorders like hyperactivity to the newborn baby?
No: Anxiety and hypertension do effect baby.Their related stress hormones can speed up lung maturity and indirectly reduce the babies birth weight by a few ounces.Add appears to have lose genetic influences and studies point to small gene mutations that may exist prior to conception as a cause of some autism.I would forget these issues for now and work to get through pregnancy as healthy as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is proper amt of aspirin to give woman with stroke, history of falls, intercranial hemmorhaghing ?
Double Edged Sword: Aspirin, like other anti-clotting agents, does nothing about arterial ds, the most common underlying ds., commonly starting in childhood. Anti-clotting agents only about hopefully reducing clots resulting from plaque rupture or other clot inducing events in blood stream. It also induces mucosal erosions & bleeding, stomach & small intestines, within ~3 days of starting, & increases bleed events. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Many: Diabetes can affect the developing baby throughout the pregnancy. In early pregnancy, a mother's diabetes can result in birth defects and an increased rate of miscarriage. Many of the birth defects that occur affect major organs such as the brain and heart. During the 2nd & 3rd trimester, a mother's diabetes can lead to over-nutrition & excess growth of the baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 48 and had a TIA no history of high blood pressure, diabetes, not overweight . After test no clots are any other related issues.
Can healthy women with no history of high blood pressure develop pre eclampsia?Is it true epsom salt baths help prevent pre eclampsia?
P.I.H. not "PIG": Pregnancy induced hypertension (pih) can progressed to make one swell and look like a pig(pregnancy induced gondola). Yes, healthy women can develop pih (pre-eclampsia) especially if there diet is unhealthy. Epsom salts contain magnesium which when infused IV can stop pih seizures( but not prevent pih(eclampsia). Epsom salt magnesium is not what is infused at that time. ...Read more
Had 1 episode of idiopathic mild acute pancreatitis at age 29. No family history of pancreatitis. Chance of hereditary pancreatitis high?
Can you get a Stroke early in age from familial hypercholesterolemia. I've had known untreated high cholesterol since age 19. History of brain lesions?
Yes: Unfortunately familial hypercholesterolemia does put you at an increased risk for stroke and heart attack, but these risks can be decreased with cholesterol-lowering drugs. I can't comment on the brain lesions without seeing them, but it's possible that they're strokes. I hope you're following with a doctor about your cholesterol and cholesterol lowering meds. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If my family medical history contains diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, rhomatide, kidney stones, calcium, what are my chances of getting those.
At risk: You are at higher risk compared to others who don't have similar family history. However, you can decrease the risk by following a low-sodium, low-fat, and low-carb diet. Generally, a diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy, legumes/nuts, poultry, and fish. Also, maintaining weight close to your ideal body weight can help as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a family history of liver problems, is the risk of liver problems worth blood thinning benefit?
Depends on Risks: The risk relates to obesity (body mass index>30) or being >110% of ideal body weight, family history of diabetes, ethnic group (eg, hispanic-american, african-american, native american, south or east asian, pacific islander), age >25, history of a baby >9 lbs, maternal birthweight >9lbs (or <6). The one you can control is weight, so work with your doctor if it's too high. ...Read more
Would a diagnosis of the VASCULAR subtype of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome likely happen before age 35? Hypermobile family with no sudden deaths.
It can: I have seen it but it sounds unlikely in you. ...Read more
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