Journal of Pregnancy and Neonatal Medicine

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Pre-eclampsia:

A potentially dangerous pregnancy complication characterized by high vital sign .Pre-eclampsia usually begins after 20 weeks of pregnancy during a woman whose vital sign had been normal. It can cause serious, even fatal, complications for both mother and baby. There could also be no symptoms. High vital sign and protein within the urine are key features. There can also be swelling within the legs and water retention, but this will be hard to differentiate from normal pregnancy. Pre-eclampsia can often be managed with oral or IV medication until the baby is sufficiently mature to be delivered. This often requires can weighing the risks of early delivery versus the risks of continued pre-eclampsia symptoms. A potentially dangerous pregnancy complication can be characterized by high vital sign .

Pre-eclampsia usually begins after 20 weeks of pregnancy during a woman whose vital sign had been normal. It can cause serious, even fatal, complications for both mother and baby. There could also be no symptoms. High vital sign and protein within the urine are key features. There can also be swelling within the legs and water retention, but this will be hard to differentiate from normal pregnancy.

Pre-eclampsia can also often be managed with oral or IV medication until the baby is sufficiently mature to be delivered. This often requires weighing the risks of an early delivery versus the risks of continued pre-eclampsia symptoms.

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