Preclampsia Symptoms

Were you looking for information about Preeclampsia Symptoms? Preclampsia symptoms is a common variation of preeclampsia symptoms.
 
Preeclampsia symptoms usually include high blood pressure, swelling of the hands and face, abnormal weight gain, and protein in the urine. Other preeclampsia symptoms may include vision problems, abdominal pain, and headaches. It's important to remember that these possible preeclampsia symptoms can be caused by other conditions. If you experience any of these possible preeclampsia symptoms, you should inform your healthcare provider. He or she may track your blood pressure and the level of protein in your urine; order and analyze blood tests that detect signs of preeclampsia; and monitor fetal development more closely.
 
(Click Preeclampsia Symptoms for more information about preeclampsia symptoms, including a list of organs of the body affected by preeclampsia, as well as an explanation as to why symptoms of preeclampsia don't always indicate that you have the condition.)
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