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by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Jan 07, 638920 4:37 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: symptoms, history -- but sometimes low pressures?
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Views: 8865

Re : symptoms, history -- but sometimes low pressures?

<t>They seem to be responding appropriately - checking BP, checking labs, checking the baby.<br/> <br/> Is your baby growing normally on US? did they put you in the fetal monitor?<br/> <br/> You are probably developing preeclampsia - we just do not know when. Continue to watch you own symptoms and b...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Jan 07, 638920 4:35 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: symptoms, history -- but sometimes low pressures?
Replies: 1
Views: 8865

symptoms, history -- but sometimes low pressures?

<t>Hi-<br/> I'm pregnant with my 3rd child. With my first pregnancy I experienced the HELLP Syndrome. With my second, I had PIH.<br/> Right now I'm 33 weeks pregnant. I have been on bedrest since 21 weeks for my high blood pressure. My 24 hour urine sample was at 290 2 months ago. I haven't had prot...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Apr 04, 638917 4:30 am
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: risk for Asian women?
Replies: 1
Views: 8274

Re : risk for Asian women?

Asian women have the same risk as white women. The association with Black women has to do with severe disease and not mild. This may be related to limited access to care. There is no increased risk of HELLP in Asians.
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Apr 04, 638917 4:29 am
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: risk for Asian women?
Replies: 1
Views: 8274

risk for Asian women?

On the internet I found that black woman are at greater risk of pre-eclampsia than white woman. But I couldn't find anything about asian women. Do you know if they are at greater risk?
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Apr 04, 638917 4:23 am
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: finding an internist, postpartum?
Replies: 1
Views: 8061

Re : finding an internist, postpartum?

<t>Most individuals I know in relation to medical disorders during pregnancy or preeclampsia are subspecialists, and I presume [you are] looking for a general internist. I do not know any in the Chicago area that fit the requested description. However, there is a North American Society of Obstetric ...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Sun Apr 04, 638917 4:22 am
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: finding an internist, postpartum?
Replies: 1
Views: 8061

finding an internist, postpartum?

<t>As a result of the thread regarding thyroid levels, I am considering changing internists. Is there such a creature as an IM doc who specializes in aftercare for Pre-eclampsia? If there is, how do I go about finding one. I live in Chicago.<br/> <br/> If there isn't, what would be a good strategy f...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Wed Sep 16, 638635 7:59 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: High blood pressure during menstrual cycle
Replies: 1
Views: 8876

Re : High blood pressure during menstrual cycle

<t>There is recognition of variation in blood pressure among some but not all women in relation to the menstrual cycle. There are so many influences upon blood pressure in a given patient that proving a menstrual hormone effect has been difficult. Changes in hormonal levels and other things such as ...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Wed Sep 16, 638635 7:58 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: High blood pressure during menstrual cycle
Replies: 1
Views: 8876

High blood pressure during menstrual cycle

<t>I am 37 years old and I loose my first baby on May, 09 due to preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome, after I loose my baby I end up with high pressure and my doctors were thinking that I will be with chronic BP the rest of my life, thanks GOD, after 4 months my pressure came back to normal, I am not ta...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Wed Jul 30, 638628 9:56 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: lisinopril
Replies: 1
Views: 8562

Re : lisinopril

<t>There are very few drugs that you cannot breast feed on. We normally take medications in milligram amounts and they are generally in serum and breast milk in nanogram amounts. 1 mg = 1,000,000,000 nanograms. Nanograms of drug in the milk are very small amounts.<br/> <br/> Lisinopril is an angiote...
by expert@preeclampsia.org
Wed Jul 30, 638628 9:52 pm
Forum: Ask the Experts
Topic: lisinopril
Replies: 1
Views: 8562

lisinopril

I have preeclampsia (and am 6 weeks post delivery) and am on Lisinopril and breastfeeding. is this safe?

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