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Though a new study suggests that a dietary supplement could lower the likelihood that high-risk pregnant women will develop preeclampsia, the jury is still out over whether it actually works and a specialist recommends that women not try it yet...
Caryn, @carynjrogers, who is not a doctor and who talks about science stuff *way* too much DS Oscar born by emergent C-section at 34 weeks for fetal indicators, due to severe PE DD Bridget born by C-section after water broke at 39 weeks after a healthy pregnancy
If preeclampsia is a disease that begins with placentation in early pregnancy, how do they think this stuff was helping the women from 20 weeks on? Just helping to keep their blood vessels nice and dialated?
Mama to Millie born June 2010 @ 24 wks. gestation due to my severe PE and CHF lived 25 days, loved and missed