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- Thu Oct 06, 640501 2:10 am
- Forum: Announcements and Preeclampsia in the News
- Topic: Pregnancy Induces Persistent Changes in Vascular Compliance
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"Our observations of decreased mean arterial pressure and reduced arterial stiffness following pregnancy suggest a significant favorable effect of pregnancy on maternal cardiovascular remodeling. These findings may represent a mechanism by which preeclampsia risk is reduced in subsequent pregnancies...
- Mon Apr 05, 640219 4:50 am
- Forum: Pregnant Again?
- Topic: 29 Weeks, Seeing Spots, Some BP Spikes. Ugh...
- Replies: 19
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I hope you are feeling better - those abruptions can be an indicator that the preeclampsia process is humming along in the background, even if you're asymptomatic. How's your son doing?
I'm so sorry to hear that you lost a daughter to this brutal disease, and had a subsequent miscarriage. As you say, here you will find lots of other women with complicated pregnancy histories. I would seek an MFM consult (try http://www.smfm.org and search by state to find a doc near you.) I disagre...
That can happen - one of the reasons the diagnostic criteria were changed recently is that women with lower pressures can seize. How's your headache today? And how many weeks are you? Sometimes the headache will be worrisome enough, because it's not responsive to meds and is accompanied by visual di...