If a pregnant woman is taking high blood pressure pill will it hurt her unborn baby?

Blood pressure. There are certain medications that have been studied extensively in pregnant women. These medications have been found to be safe in pregnancy. Maintaining normal blood pressure during pregnancy is important for both mother and fetus. Your OB should have a few medications at his disposal for use during your pregnancy.

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What is high blood pressure in an infant?

Normal values. The normal blood pressure ranges for infants at 6-12 months of age are as follows: systolic (high number) 85-128 (average 102) mmhg diastolic (low number) 47-78 (average 63) mmhg high systolic blood pressure is above 128 and high diastolic blood pressure is above 78. Read more...
NIH table. Here's the table: http://www.Nhlbi.Nih.Gov/guidelines/hypertension/child_tbl.Pdf. Read more...

My wife have high blood pressure 131/96 she is 41week pregnent. Is it ok?

Pregnancy concern. There are 2 point i have to address here. First one some women have high blood pressure during pregnancy. It is controlled with medications and usually it goes away after delivery. Second point usually delivery is at 40 weeks. So if the delivery is delayed you should consult your gynecologist ASAP to see whats the problem for the delay. Read more...
NO! Normally, pregnant women tend to have LOWER than average blood pressure, so an elevated blood pressure is a cause for concern. Her B/P and urinary protein levels need close monitoring. She should let her OB know ASAP if she gets headaches or other unexplained symptoms. Also, b/c she's past her due date, baby's size & health of the baby & placenta need to be monitored. Best wishes to all! Read more...

From the symtoms listed below what could possibly be the most likely causes my girlfriend & I just found out shes pregnet but shes exspirencing a ringing in both her ears, dizzyness, sweating, allmost past out. She has a history of high blood pressure. 39

She . She needs to be examined immediately by a doctor if she is having ringing in her ears, dizziness, diaphoresis (sweating), and almost passing out and has a history of high blood pressure. She needs to be examined immediately as she is pregnant. She should not drive herself. Please have her evaluated immediately by a doctor. Read more...