Every year, three thousand women in Hungary suffer from the most severe form of pregnancy high blood pressure, preeclampsia.Pregnant hypertension is a predisposing factorPreeclampsia is one of the most common and most severe forms of pregnancy, which develops between the 20th and 40th weeks of pregnancy, requiring continuous monitoring, and only when the pregnancy is terminated. Women appear in between 3 and 5 percent. The preeclampsia is characterized by high blood pressure during pregnancy, most often kidney dysfunction, a sign of which is white in the urine. These:
- high blood pressure during pregnancy
- maternal age
- family history
White in urine during pregnancy - What does it indicate?
Preeclampsia - a lesser known pregnancy outcome
Do not undergo multiple fetal screening without preeclampsia screening!