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Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension

Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension

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  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 09-16-04 | 12:55 PM
  • Guess who's off to the high-risk OB on Monday morning? If you guessed me, you're right...unfortunately.
     
    My blood pressure was elevated at this morning's appointment (150/90) so my doc is sending me to the high-risk guy to co-manage this pg. I developed PIH with Sarah, but not until my second trimester. So I guess with elevated bp this early, she's a bit alarmed and didn't want to take chances. She said he may put me on medication (I hope not!) or on bedrest (I really hope not!!). Ugh. But one good thing about it is that we're having another ultrasound on Monday!!!
     

    I guess we'll know more after Monday when we peek in on this little bean and get the opinion of the specialist!!
     
  • budnik budnik's Avatar 09-17-04 | 12:47 PM
  • At least you get to see your little bean. I hope your BP corporate and you don't have to be placed on meds. Take care and keep us updated.
  • babyMarksMom babyMarksMom's Avatar 09-26-04 | 03:22 AM
  • update!! we need an update! I hope you're doing better.
     

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