Originally posted by akemt
Kaz, what signs are you having? I beleive the earliest known case of true preeclampsia was 18 1/2 weeks, but usually it doesn't occur untill after 20 weeks of pregnancy. If your blood pressure is becoming hypertensive before that point, normally doctors will consider it a sign that you have underlying chronic hypertension (meaning your body is headed toward hypertension that hasn't shown up yet and the stress of pregnancy brings it out).
Catherine (22), Moderator (pregnant again)
DH Britton (27)
Emma Margaret (03/02/03) 37 weeks from PIH & oligo
Baby #2 due August 11, 2004
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