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Can high blood pressure due to preeclampsia affect someone later their life?
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Dr. Robert Ancona
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes, possibly
After pregnancy, the pressure usually returns to normal and there are no long term effects.
However, mothers who have high blood pressure in pregnancy are at an increased risk of developing chronic high blood pressure later in life and should be monitored regularly.

In brief: Yes, possibly
After pregnancy, the pressure usually returns to normal and there are no long term effects.
However, mothers who have high blood pressure in pregnancy are at an increased risk of developing chronic high blood pressure later in life and should be monitored regularly.
Dr. Robert Ancona
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