High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy Can Impact Future Health

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By Molly Clifton

Canadian researchers say women who have high blood pressure during pregnancy are more likely to suffer a stroke later in life, and moms with a severe form called pre-eclampsia can have a 40 percent higher risk.

Doctors say women who have high blood pressure during pregnancy need to be closely monitored years later for signs of stroke risk.




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