Welcome back! Pregnancy after pre-eclampsia is very scary. Remember that you go into your next pregnancy with different eyes- and that in itself is one of your best weapons against pre-eclampsia. You know all the signs, and your team knows that this isn't your average pregnancy- you're high risk, and with that comes all the monitoring that can help identify things early and give you options.
Most times all kinds of labs are done after a pre-eclamptic pregnancy to look for underlying conditions. If they weren't done, you might want to chat with your team to rule things out that might contribute to a higher risk pregnancy.
Keep posted as you're able!
2008-Our Baby Girl, PTL born too early at 30w6d, Fought so hard... Forever Loved & Missed
2010- Lil' Bro, Pre-E at 29 weeks... Induced at 36w6d, Born 37w
2012- Lil' Sis, Super-imposed pre-e at 25 weeks, PTL & GD at 35 weeks, Evicted 36w