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Comprehensive Information, Resources, and Support on Preeclampsia

Postpartum preeclampsia is a less common condition but can become life-threatening and serious. About 15 percent of postpartum preeclampsia patients experiences more severe aspects such as eclampsia, which is characterized by seizures. Getting the right medicine and dosage is important to lower your blood pressure and avoid complications.

What You Should Know About Preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia is a condition that occurs only during pregnancy. Symptoms of preeclampsia are high blood pressure and protein leakage in urine. The condition generally develops after 20th week of pregnancy, although it can happen even earlier. Preeclampsia affects about 6% of women in pregnancies. The complications can be severe.