High blood pressure harmful to any person’s health increases pressure on a person’s heart and kidney. This can lead to serious problems like stroke, heart attack, kidney failure. But in pregnancy, this situation can prove to be dangerous not only for the mother but also for the child in the womb. In fact, many women already have high BP problems, while some have a problem a few months after becoming pregnant. Women need to be very cautious about this. Preeclampsia is a condition in which some organs of the woman, such as the kidneys, liver, etc., stop functioning properly due to high BP during pregnancy.
In pregnancy, this situation can prove to be dangerous
If it is not treated at the beginning and takes serious form, it can cause kidney failure, liver failure and brain damage. It can also pass into a coma, which can later die. In the event of high BP and preeclampsia, the woman may have to give birth to a premature baby after treatment. In most such cases, C-section delivery is used for this. In fact, high BP reduces the size of the veins leading to the womb, which does not reach enough oxygen and nutrition for the baby, which becomes the reason for its slow development. In such a situation, the weight of the child at birth is very low, due to which he has to provide medical help. In addition, when the blood pressure is high, the placenta can separate from the wall of the utrace, due to which the unborn child does not get oxygen and nutrition. With this, bleeding can also start in this condition, which can prove to be dangerous for both mother and child. In most cases of high BP, doctors recommend C-section delivery, because during natural delivery, body parts are stressed, this in turn affects blood pressure. In such a situation, having high BP beforehand, getting natural deliveries can be a huge threat to life.