Pre-eclampsia can only be cured by delivering the baby. If you have pre-eclampsia, you'll be closely monitored until it's possible to deliver the baby.
Pre-eclampsia is a condition that causes high blood pressure during pregnancy and after labour. It can be serious if not treated.
Early signs of pre-eclampsia include high blood pressure and protein in your pee. These are usually picked up during pregnancy appointments.
If you have pre-eclampsia you'll have regular check-ups that may require a stay in hospital. You may also need medicine to lower your blood pressure.
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