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Pre-eclampsia

Pre-eclampsia is a condition that affects some pregnant women usually during the second half of pregnancy or immediately after delivery.

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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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Pregnancy at week 35

You'll probably be having lots of Braxton Hicks contractions by now. It's your body's way of preparing for the birth. They should stop if you move position.

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Complications during pregnancy

Some women will experience complications such as bleeding, itching high blood pressure or severe vomiting during pregnancy that will require treatment.

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Indigestion and heartburn in pregnancy

Find out how to recognise, avoid and treat indigestion and heartburn during your pregnancy.

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Placental insufficiency

Placental insufficiency occurs when the placenta does not work properly and your baby doesn't get the oxygen and nutrients they need.

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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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Pregnancy - pre-eclampsia - Better Health Channel

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Pre-eclampsia and High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy

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Heart disease and pregnancy | The Heart Foundation

Heart disease and pregnancy

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