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    brwt4 posted:
    I am preclampsa at 26 weeks so they had to deliver my daughter. She survived for 8 days. Now my Dr. Wants me to have another baby but what are the risks
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi brwt4,

    These FAQs from the Preeclampsia Foundation may be able to answer some of your questions. Research suggests that you are at higher risk for preeclampsia if you have had it during previous pregnancies; however, second occurrences are often milder. Here is some information on warning signs and prevention measures you might take. Have you spoken with your doctor about your concerns? It would be a good idea to speak with him/her about the risks and what this might mean for your next pregnancy.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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