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High blood pressure in pregnancy

High blood pressure in pregnancy is a common medical problem that usually disappears after the birth. It may signal a serious condition called pre-eclampsia.

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Blood Pressure - Diabetes Australia

Good management of blood pressure for people with diabetes is extremely important in decreasing the risk of:

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Five foods to help lower blood pressure

One the easiest steps you can take to prevent high blood pressure is choosing healthy foods.

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Blood pressure - Better Health Channel

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Blood pressure (high) - hypertension - Better Health Channel

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Pre-eclampsia and High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy

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ACD A-Z of Skin - Propranolol for Infantile Haemangioma

Propranolol is a medication that has been used for decades in the treatment of blood pressure, fast heart rate, and a variety of other medical conditions.

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Pregnancy - pre-eclampsia - Better Health Channel

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Toxaemia of pregnancy (pre-eclampsia) - MyDr.com.au

Pre-eclampsia, also known as pre-eclamptic toxaemia, or just toxaemia, occurs in pregnancy, causing problems for the baby and mother.

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