Blood pressure disorders during pregnancy refer to conditions that can occur and affect blood pressure levels. These can include gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia, and eclampsia posing serious risks to both the mother and baby.
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Treatment for blood pressure disorders during pregnancy typically involves close monitoring, medications to lower blood pressure, and, in severe cases, early delivery of the baby.
Regular prenatal care and monitoring can help detect and manage these conditions early.
Blood pressure disorders during pregnancy can pose serious risks to both the mother and baby, including preterm labour, placental abruption, organ damage, and even death. Women with a history of high blood pressure or other medical conditions may be at a higher risk of developing these conditions during pregnancy.
Regular prenatal visits with blood pressure and overall health monitoring, including urine tests to check for protein in the urine and fetal monitoring to ensure the baby's growth and well-being, can help detect and manage blood pressure disorders of pregnancy early, reducing the risks they pose to both the mother and baby.