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Re : Article

Post by mada » Tue Jan 04, 2005 04:37 am

Amen!!!

Mada Harpster-moderator for pregnant again

Sam 6-29-00 36weeks P.E.
Ben 11-03-01 No P.E.

Re : Article

Post by kdreher » Tue Jan 04, 2005 03:55 am

I just saw this story on NBC Nightly News here in CT. They talked to a women who developed severe pre-e at 26 wks. Her son was born via emergency c-section weighing 1.1 lbs and later passed after 4 days.

They went on to say that over 200,000 women a year develop pre-e and that their study shows that the body is producing a toxic protein which is detected in the urine. She had the testing done and went on to have to healthy pregnancies afterwards. Testing will be available w/in a year and perhaps change the course of pre-e over the next several.

Here's to hoping that we get an answer soon.

Kris (35)
DH, Tom (34)
Connecticut, USA

Tyler 3-9-95 to 3-23-95 (26 wks severe pe/HELLP)
Working on a little miracle for 2005!

tkstevens@sbcglobal.net

Re : Article

Post by kdreher » Tue Jan 04, 2005 02:27 am

I just saw this on Yahoo but it does not clear anything up for me..almost like things we already know.

Kris (35)
DH, Tom (34)
Connecticut, USA

Tyler 3-9-95 to 3-23-95 (26 wks severe pe/HELLP)
Working on a little miracle for 2005!

tkstevens@sbcglobal.net

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Post by mada » Tue Jan 04, 2005 01:49 am

Test May Predict Pregnancy Complication

By MIKE COLIAS, Associated Press Writer

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Mada Harpster-moderator for pregnant again

Sam 6-29-00 36weeks P.E.
Ben 11-03-01 No P.E.

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