by kpowers (132 Posts), Mon Jan 10, 2005 05:07 pm
by tafkap (591 Posts), Mon Jan 10, 2005 07:16 pm
Originally posted by LisaC
It seems like a test like this would be a great way to determine risk, but I believe that the JAMA study found that some women with low levels never got pre-e. So it seems that this would be an excellent way to assess risk for first time pregnant moms. I think it of like the AFP triple screen where its only an indicator of possibility/probability.
I think its great that such a test would be available. It can help first time moms be more vigilant...(and those women who get pre-e for the first time in a subsequent pg). For women like us...well....we already know we have a risk. That's my uneducated theory which may be very off base!
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