Snoring During Pregnancy Could Mean Bigger Health Problems

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By Molly Grady

Women who begin snoring during pregnancy may be at risk for high blood pressure.

A University of Michigan study looked at more than 1,700 women and found about 25 percent started snoring frequently during pregnancy.

That doubled their risk for high blood pressure.

Research shows that high blood pressure during pregnancy is associated with smaller babies and higher risks of pre-term birth.
 

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