Sharing your story can help your own healing and processing of your difficult pregnancy experience, as well as support the women and families who are newly touched by preeclampsia. Many preeclampsia survivors struggle with a variety of feelings including gratitude, guilt, sadness and anxiety to name but a few of the many emotions associated with birth experiences complicated by preeclampsia.
Here you will find the face of preeclampsia and the many personal accounts of both survival and tragedy. Please consider adding your story to this page to help others or to share your experience with your friends and family, as well. You can add your photos and connect with others by commenting on their stories too.
Many people have found helpful support through this community. We hope you will too.
After surviving a very traumatic first pregnancy with a nightmare delivery (30 hours of magnesium-induced hell, ending in an emergency c-section) and even more debilitating recovery, one would think I was DONE having children. Let's be ...