by expert on call (297 Posts), Sun Apr 13, 2003 10:12 pm
Vision changes can happen for a variety of reasons in pregnancy. Preeclampsia is just one of the reasons. It is unlikely that you have preeclampsia with a normal blood pressure and no protein in the urine. However, the vision changes could be the start of another neurologic problem, such as a migraine. If the problem persists or becomes much worse, let your doctor know about it during an attack, so that you can be evaluated.
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