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What is the first sign of preeclampsia?
In addition to swelling, protein in the urine, and high blood pressure, preeclampsia symptoms can include: Rapid weight gain caused by a significant increase in bodily fluid. Abdominal pain. Severe headaches.
Will I be induced if I have gestational hypertension?
Induction of labor after 37 weeks recommended for women with gestational hypertension/mild pre-eclampsia (Hypitat study) Pregnant women with mild hypertensive disorders such as high blood pressure/mild pre-eclampsia^ should have their labour induced once they complete 37 weeks of their pregnancy.
How can I lower my blood pressure during pregnancy?
Preeclampsia can appear at any time during pregnancy, delivery and up to six weeks post-partum, though it most frequently occurs in the final trimester and resolves within 48 hours of delivery.
What blood pressure is too high for a pregnant woman?
A blood pressure that is greater than 130/90 mm Hg or that is 15 degrees higher on the top number from where you started before pregnancy may be cause for concern. High blood pressure during pregnancy is defined as 140 mm Hg or higher systolic, with diastolic 90 mm Hg or higher.