(HealthDay News) — Preeclampsia occurs when a pregnant woman’s blood pressure spikes rapidly. It can lead to stroke, organ failure and other life-threatening conditions in both the mother and baby.
The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says possible warning signs of preeclampsia include:
- Vision abnormalities.
- Quickly gaining weight.
- Swollen face and hands.
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