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Preeclampsia Doesn't Always End After You Give Birth

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May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month. Preeclampsia is the number one pregnancy disorder facing pregnant people today, and it doesn’t necessarily end when you give birth.

Preeclampsia, eclampsia, and HELLP syndrome are all considered hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Most people think that once the baby is out, everything will be fine.

They don’t realize there are quite serious potential long-term side effects of having had preeclampsia. In 2007 I gave birth to my first child.

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