Preeclampsia: What is it?


Preeclampsia, a pregnancy complication, typically emerges after 20 weeks in women with previously normal blood pressure. Untreated, it poses serious risks for both mother and baby. If you experience symptoms like swelling in the hands and face, headaches, blurred vision or changes in vision, abdominal pain, and shortness of breath, consult a doctor immediately for evaluation and appropriate management. #WorldPreeclampsiaDay #PregnancyComplication #MaternalHealth #HighRiskPregnancy