I recently gave birth 6 months ago, had severe preclampsia and Help syndrome. I was hospitalized 9 days post delivery due to my BPs not controlled. I recently found out I am pregnant and want to know the chances of it happening again. I also have raynauds phenomenom. I went to see high risk OB, she did not have statistics. My main concern is dying, stroke, liver rupture, and renal failure.
Is there any research on Raynauds in particular?
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Little (no) information. Medline search for the last 60 years found 5 articles. Four were not relevant and the fifith did not have an abstract. (from 1966). Raynauds is related to migrane and migraine is related to preeclampsia, There is a clear relationship of migraine to preeclampsia. If Raynauds is related it seems unlikely to be a major risk as Raynauds is not that rare in women.
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