Preeclampsia can be a well-managed condition if identified soon enough, or it may lead to severe consequences if it is left untreated. We’ve gathered all known risk factors, which may contribute to developing preeclampsia in pregnancy.
Preeclampsia is a medical complication that can occur only in pregnancy. Experts still don’t know what exactly causes preeclampsia during pregnancy, though studies in the past decade have shown some breakthroughs that may bring us closer to the answer.
The primary goal of preeclampsia treatment is preventing complications in pregnant women and prolonging the pregnancy until the fetus is mature enough to give birth.