by expert on call (297 Posts), Tue Sep 14, 2004 02:29 pm
All of the symptoms you are descibing are consistent with preeclampsia, but without eleveated blood pressures at this point it may not be developing this early. Deafness is not necessarily a complication of preeclampsia itself, but it can be a complication of prematurity which may be caused when infants are delivered early due to preeclampsia
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