How my HELLP progressed.

Have you suffered from HELLP syndrome or had a pregnancy complicated by an underlying disorder? Discuss your concerns here
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Re: How my HELLP progressed.

Postby jules2 » Fri Dec 10, 2010 07:17 am

As I had HELLP postpartum (and already had severe pre-eclampsia, so was already in critical care having bloods taken every 6 hours), I know that my LFTs went from totally normal to 10 times above the top of the normal range (400-500 odd) within 6 hours. Likewise, my platelets fell from 250 to 30 or so in the same time period.

It is so scary to think how fast this can appear.....

Good luck x
May 2009 - Alice stillborn at 26 weeks due to severe PE and HELLP post-partum

2 early miscarriages

And then 4th pregnancy baby girl due 29th December 2010! Born safely after totally normal pregnancy on 17th December.

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How my HELLP progressed.

Postby atvlady » Wed Dec 08, 2010 09:45 pm

I started having HELLP pains at 18. At 20 they were slightly up around 68 and 79. By the next morning they were running 400 to 600. Did anyone do the same thing? Unfortunatley my old drs did no BW do I have no clue what they were at 18. Apparently once mine started to show up in my BW, things went downhill and FAST!
Delissa (38) Darrell (45)

1-Rissa-Janelle "Darren" King 20+1 June 6, 2009 10:33 p.m. to June 6, 2009 11:53 p.m. 6.8 ounces. Severe PIH, Severe Preeclampsia and Severe HELLP. No diagnosed underlying condition.

2-TTC as of August 30, 2010
8-15-2011 Now infertility is a issue. We will be doing IUI.

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