The Characteristics Of Preeclampsia Pregnancy?
afternoon … I was 6 months ago because of my birth because my body broke first before the laboratory test turned out to be positive protein 1 tp tension only 130 doctors I asked the nurse if I entered pre eclampsia the nurse said yes yes is it true that it entered pre eclampsia? Are there any further tests? Are you okay? Thank you
Hello Mrs. Ririn Tryaz, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Basically preeclampsia is a danger in pregnancy which is characterized by high blood pressure / hypertension and the presence of signs of organ damage such as liver and kidney damage that is characterized by protein in the urine. Symptoms usually appear at 24-26 weeks into gestation until the baby will be born. Preeclampsia is generally not realized, and only discovered when a screening examination or examination at the time of childbirth. Untreated preeclampsia can continue to become eclampsia, and will endanger the safety of the baby because it can cause interference with the supply of blood and oxygen to the baby.
The main clinical sign of preeclampsia is increased blood pressure. Blood pressure that needs to be watched is 140 / 90mmHg, and normal blood pressure for pregnant women is 120/80 mmHg, so if your blood pressure is already at 130, then you should be aware, because urine tests found positive protein 1. This is a sign clinically from preeclampsia. And the symptoms that appear are usually shortness of breath, headache, nausea and vomiting, pain in the pit of the stomach, reduced urine volume, visual disturbances, swollen feet including hands, face and ankles.
After an act of birth in the form of a SC operation, basically the doctor will always monitor your condition, sometimes it does not require the same examination when you are going to give birth. The examination that is usually done is observing the symptoms that are asked when the doctor visits or when the nurse checks and treats you, including also when checking vital signs which include blood pressure. Thus we can say, hopefully your condition will gradually improve and preeclampsia will no longer continue. thanks.