What is pre-eclampsia?
Also known as toxemia gravidarum, pre-eclampsia is one of the most risky complications during pregnancy that exist today.
It consists of an increase in arterial hypertension, swelling in the extremities, loss of urinary protein, excessive and unjustified weight gain, nausea and small visual problems.
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It is considered a dangerous disease because, if not taken properly, it could compromise both the life of the mother and the baby. It should be noted that, although it is not very common, it can also occur after childbirth, being common during pregnancy.