Yeah I asked the midwife today about the reading she said it does mean 600 in the readings that I read online. I have read a lot of posts from women who say they're readings are like 280, 250 and it's difficult to get a PE diagnosis so I thought 600 sounded crazy high. But when I talked to the midwife today she said it is high and definitely preeclampsia.I said what does that mean for my kidneys I don't want them to be falling apart when does the protein in urine get so high it itself forces delivery and she said one woman this week it hit 5000 and they delivered her so that's about when. So yes I can now see just like you said while 600 is high it's not mind blowingly high and we got a while until then.
When I got PIH at 29 weeks I was transferred to a high risk maternity clinic. They have me going to twice weekly CTGs and ultrasounds which check fluid levels and umbilical flow. I also have once fortnightly ultrasounds. So as it is I already have tonnes of monitoring so that won't change they just said the only thing that will change will be I will now have once weekly blood tests as well.
In my original post I was actually 32.5 weeks and I'm 33 weeks today. The change from 200mg bi-daily to 200mg four times daily may have worked for the hospital stay but now two days later at another routine check up its back right up around 150; 160/108-110 with one reading of 145/100. So I'm back in hospital for another med review. They've decided to give me 300mg labetalol 4 times daily but the first dose has had no impact an hour later and it was 150/110 it seems I take a while to respond to the labetalol so they've given me an extra 100mg so in a sense making the last dose 400mg which will hopefully bring it down NOW while the 300mg starts to really kick in.
Thank you so much for your replies and support. I'm so lost and a little upset at the moment. Second time in a week I've been admitted for med review and I'm not going to be out tomorrow and it's my daughter's 2nd birthday