My baby was induced 2 months early because of scary blood pressures. 6 months later and I am still fairly heavily medicated for the hypertension. Is this unusual? Any ideas how to get my blood pressure under control?
I have lost the pregnancy weight but am still heavy. My blood pressure was good through most of the pregnancy until 7 mos.
I don’t add salt to anything I eat but don’t go out of my way to avoid when eating out.
Can Preeclampsia Be Brought On By Stress?
The disorder can be asymptomatic. Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence that pre-eclampsia is caused by emotional stress, working too hard or not getting sufficient bed rest. Pre-eclampsia is suspected if there is: A sudden elevation in blood pressure (above levels at the start of pregnancy). Read Here…
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