May 26, 2017
By: Cara Terreri, LCCE, CD(DONA) | 0 Comments
Preeclampsia is one of the most common pregnancy, birth, and postpartum complications, occurring in 5-8% of all pregnancies and behind the leading cause of maternal and infant deaths each year. May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month and we're doing our part in spreading the word to our readers about preeclampsia -- signs, symptoms, prevention, first-hand stories. Throughout the years, we've shared several resources and posts, all of which you can find in our preeclampsia blog resource list below.
Do You Know the Symptoms of Preeclampsia?
HELLP Syndrome (a variant of preeclampsia)
All About Inductions (sometimes needed for preeclampsia)
Exercise During Pregnancy & Postpartum
Prenatal Vitamins vs. Eating Healthy
It's a Cruel, Cruel Summer for Pregnancy
3 Things I Learned from My Pregnancy After Preeclampsia
Great Expectations: Pamela @ 32 Weeks
Great Expectations: Julie's Birth Story
Pregnant with Disabilities: Seizures