Pregnancy is usually accompanied by some physiological changes in the body of women from increased weight and changes in the stomach and intestines of acidity and swelling and constipation and other changes in blood and pulse and pressure and other changes for the skin and skin and kidneys.
One of the undesirable changes in pregnancy is high blood pressure, which can lead to severe consequences if not detected early and treated.
What is meant by high blood pressure in pregnant women or what they call pregnancy poisoning?
The pregnant woman’s blood pressure is equal to 140/90 mm Hg or more.
What causes high blood pressure during pregnancy ??
- The sensitivity of the body to pregnancy during the period of embryo implantation and tissue that connect to the wall of the uterus often occurs first pregnancy mother.
- Cluster pregnancy and twins increase their blood pressure. –
- Vascular disease is pre-pregnancy.
- Specific genes for high blood pressure with pregnancy.
What types of high blood pressure during pregnancy ??
- High pressure due to pregnancy.
- High pressure with albumin in the urine and body bulges
- High pressure + albumin in the urine + nervous cramps.
- High pre-pregnancy pressure coincides with pressure resulting from pregnancy and albumin
- High pressure.
How to determine the quality of this high pressure ??
First: the characteristics of pregnancy-induced hypertension.
Pressure equal to 140/90 mmHg or more for the first time occurs during pregnancy and is not associated with the presence of albumin. It is due to its normal level 12 weeks prior to delivery.
Headache and pain in the stomach and descent of the platelets.
Second: the properties of high blood pressure associated with albumin and swelling of the body.
Decreased rate of blood transfusion and carrying oxygen to the members of the body because of the contractions of blood vessels and atrophy of the internal cells and the presence of a proportion of albumin and urine.
This type is divided into two degrees of gravity.
Type I : Least Dangerous:
- Blood pressure> 140 \ 90 mm Hg after the 20th week of pregnancy.
- Albumin (proteins)> 300 mg / 24 h or protein> a battery on the measuring tape (dipstick + 1).
Type II : The most dangerous:
- Blood pressure> 160 \ 100 mm Hg.
- Proteins> 2 g / 24 h or proteins> 2 conditions on the measuring tape (+2 dipstick)
- High renal and liver functions.
- Decreased rate of platelets.
- Cracking red blood rolls.
- Persistent pain in the stomach.
- Continuous headache and visual hallucinations.
Third: The properties of blood elevation associated with albumin and neurological convulsions.
Add to the above the previous type of the existence of nervous spasms during pregnancy and the time of birth and beyond and continue those symptoms until 10 days after birth.
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