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Preeclampsia, which is also called toxemia, is a problem that occurs in some women during pregnancy. Possible signs of preeclampsia are: high blood pressure, swelling that doesn't go away and large amounts of protein in the urine.
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AAPEC is a voluntary organisation set up to provide support and information to Australian families who have suffered from pre-eclampsia
Signs and symptoms, information, and site links.
Information for patients from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Consumer information about preeclampsia and eclampsia, includes who is at risk, symptoms and treatment.
Assessment, treatment and follow-up of preeclampsia.
A non-profit organization dedicated to research, public awareness, support and education.
Signs and symptoms, information, and site links.
Information for patients from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Assessment, treatment and follow-up of preeclampsia.
A non-profit organization dedicated to research, public awareness, support and education.
AAPEC is a voluntary organisation set up to provide support and information to Australian families who have suffered from pre-eclampsia
Consumer information about preeclampsia and eclampsia, includes who is at risk, symptoms and treatment.
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