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Re : blood testing for underlying causes of PE

Post by julie f » Thu Jan 01, 2004 01:06 am

Michelle,

Congratulations on your pregnancy and welcome to the Forums! I pray that you have a looooong and uneventful pregnancy this time around[8D]!

Julie
Zachary James, 7/22/03-7/27/03, born at 26 weeks due to severe pe

Re : blood testing for underlying causes of PE

Post by laura » Thu Jan 01, 2004 12:52 am

Hi Michelle,
here's a list that's been floating around here for a while:
http://www.preeclampsia.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=338

Hope this helps!

Laura-28
DH Jack-30
Allie 5-13-98 (35 weeks-pre-e)
Baby Camille 4-17-03 (36 weeks- htn and oligo)
http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/c/camilleandallie/

blood testing for underlying causes of PE

Post by mismac01 » Thu Jan 01, 2004 11:07 am

I am a new member, and I am five weeks pregnant with my second baby. My first pregnancy, I experienced severe PE and HEELP. My daughter was born at 29 weeks. She is doing great. I switched to a perinatologist and will deliver at a Level I University Hospital. Does anyone know the specific names of the blood tests that my doctor should be testing for (ie, lupus, protein S?, thrombo-something)? Thanks.

Michelle Rose

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