High blood pressure during pregnancy can cause complications for both mother and baby. Pregnant women are increasingly suffering from high blood pressure and other related conditions, such as obesity and diabetes, which may cause problems with the heart, lungs or brain. A major concern is preeclampsia, which can occur at any time during pregnancy or after delivery for as long as six weeks.
I think we have been seeing a rise on comorbidities for development of hypertension or high blood pressure – and so what are the symptoms of high blood pressure? this is patients that have severe high blood pressure. think about the lungs, they could go into fluid overload. they could have something called placental abruption it really is depends on how severe the blood
Pressure is there’s also a condition called gestational hypertension – unfortunately, the treatment for preeclampsia is delivery we’d like to push the pregnancy as far along as we can or does not have any significant laboratory abnormalities. and diastolic blood pressure of 110 equal or above. do you wanna make sure you find tune the elevations, – so again, addressing your
Health prior to pregnancy, also we recommend patients to take low dose aspirin you know women that have preeclampsia during their pregnancy have a significant high risk for ischemic heart disease and you wanna measure your blood pressure sitting down, we’re physicians that have done a residency in ob-gyn did a three-year fellowship in maternal fetal medicine. or cancer or
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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) During Pregnancy With Dr. Sean Daneshmand | San Diego Health By Scripps Health