Preeclampsia is a condition affecting pregnant women in which their blood pressure rises very quickly resulting in protein in the urine. Women generally need to go for preterm delivery after detecting this condition as the supply of oxygenated blood to the growing baby is restricted. Preventing preeclampsia in pregnancy becomes important in view of the serious and even fatal consequences at times. Given below are the best practices to prevent preeclampsia during pregnancy.
The do’s and don’ts mentioned above are useful not only for preventing preeclampsia but also as general ways of maintaining pregnancy fitness. Make sure that no prenatal visits are skipped, especially during the later part of pregnancy. This is because preterm delivery becomes inevitable after detection of preeclampsia.
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