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Check out this amazing report by Jenn Carney. Jenn read about a hundred pregnancy books to find out what they say about preeclampsia and HELLP and found the best (and worst).
What were your experiences with pregnancy books - did you get your information about PE from these books, what did they say, what did they miss that you wish you would have known?
For me, I read tons of natural childbirth books. I was completely on board with all the "intervention is bad!" information. Except... with PE it turned out that "interventions" (inductions, pitocin, epidurals, c-sections, continuous fetal monitoring...) are necessary and often lifesaving. So I wish those books had more information on how expectations should be different for medically complicated pregnancies and deliveries: how things change when you're no longer "low risk".
What would be included on PE in your "perfect" pregnancy book?