Kate Middleton Risk of Pre-Eclampsia?
A few months ago, Kate Middleton was treated for hyperemesis gravidarum in pregnancy.
Reporting from Dailymail (01/31), the doctors warned her to prepare for the consequences of the most worrying as the condition in early pregnancy.
When a pregnant woman with hyperemesis gradvidarum, he will become dehydrated triggering weight loss, malnutrition and electrolyte disturbances.
And hyperemesis gradvidarum that occur during the second trimester of pregnancy causes women at high risk of placental dysfunction.
Complications can include pre-eclampsia, which can increase blood pressure in pregnant women and even death due to stroke. Danger of pre-eclampsia also cause premature separation of the placenta from the uterine lining before the time of birth and the babies are born underweight.
Women who have hyperemesis gravidarum in the second trimester had twice the risk of experiencing pre-eclampsia early, miscarriage triples placenta, 39 percent higher had smaller babies.
“The results show that pregnancy with hyperemesis gravidarum in the second trimester should increase vigilance and monitoring of any adverse outcomes associated with placental abnormalities,” said Marie Bolin researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden.