Welcome to our forums! I am glad you and your 2nd baby are well today:-)
After having had PE you are most likely considered high-risk in a subsequent pregnancy and therefore your care during your pregnancy will differ from the usual care. Ideally your pregnancy will be co-managed by your ob and a high-risk ob. In some cases high-risk ob's take over the care completely (which is the case for me).
I would recommend that you to set-up an appointment with a high-risk ob, so s/he can assess your medical background and look at your history of PE. Based on that your pregnancy care will be determined. This can/but does not have to entail 24-hour urine collection at the beginning and later in your pregnancy, more monitoring (especially later in pregnancy), some differing medications (e.g. I am currently taking low-dose aspirin (but just by doctors orders). You most likely will monitor your BP at home.
You might also be tested for underlying disorders (like clotting disorders, and autoimmune diseases).
If you have any questions, feel free to post and we'll do our best to answer all of them
Congratulations and I will keep my fingers crossed for a boring and uneventful pregnancy.
MC 3/2009 and 3/2011Henry
(1/1/2010-1/7/2010) - forever loved and missed; severe PE with Hellp; partial placental abruption, classical c-section at 25.6 weeksMatilda
(Nov. 2012, born at 35.4 weeks) - severe PE
Our pain has been put into words, placed into empty cradles, to remember that all our babies lived, that they mattered and always will. - Field of Cradles http://www.fieldofcradles.org/