There has been a suggestion that "new paternity" is a risk and that "old paternity" is a protector. A recent study from Utah found that the risk associated with "new paternity" was really associated with an woman who has a longer interval between pregnancies - she got older. Women who have a new partner have a longer interval between pregnancies than those who have a baby by the same partner.
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We have received many questions lately about the role of paternity in the development of preeclampsia. Does having different fathers for your children increase the chances of developing preeclampsia? Does the having the same father reduce the chances of preeclampsia?
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