How do I know if I have pre-eclampsia?
Many women with pre-eclampsia do not experience any symptoms. The condition is usually detected by a doctor during a routine pregnancy check-up, when they measure your blood pressure. If you have a blood pressure reading and your doctor suspects that you have pre-eclampsia, they may also test a sample of your urine to check for protein, which is another sign of pre-eclampsia.
Author: Joanne Van der Velden
First answered: 24 Nov 2014
Last reviewed: 19 May 2018
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