Pregnant women with hypertension can reduce risks with treatment, doctor says

Pregnant women with hypertension must take medications regularly to reduce the risk of preeclampsia or premature birth, a doctor has said. The risk of preeclampsia or premature birth before week 35 of pregnancy can be lowered if women with chronic hypertension receive treatment and keep their blood pressure within a normal range, they said, citing a recent medical study.…

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