Gestational hypertension

\r\n Gestational hypertension is a condition in pregnancy, this often occurs in women with a first pregnancy, twin pregnancies, women older than 35, with diabetes, chronic hypertension or who previously had hypertension in a pregnancy and African-American race, this can develop into preeclampsia, in major organ systems in the expectant mother this condition may inhibit the blood flow including the liver, kidneys, brain, uterus, and placenta. Patient can be completely asymptomatic; few common symptoms are abdominal pain, Edema, Increased blood pressure. Treatment and prevention of complications can be done by early identification of women at risk.

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  • \r\n chronic hypertension
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  • \r\n pre-eclampsia
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  • \r\n kidney disease prior to pregnancy
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  • Preeclampsia
  • Chronic Hypertension
  • kidney disease prior to pregnancy
  • Preeclampsia

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