I posted a topic earlier about with the same title, I have been doing a lot of searching on the internet and have found that preecclampsia is most common toward the end of pregnancy(I have 13 days left) And I have a history of HBP which makes me a canidate for preecclampsia,as I also had symptoms, I did call my doctor about 2 hours ago, I still have yet to hear back, I still have a headache and my bp still is up, The hospital didn't do much I don't think they realized that I have diabetes or hbp and now I'm kind of afraid to go back there. The internet says that if you have hbp and it is going up toward the end they tend to induce especially if your dialating and having contractions they do it to prevent preecclampsia, so we'll see what the doctor says if he ever calls which I'm sure won't be for a few more hours, they are really slow and frankly I don't think they give a shit, they are too busy
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