i just had my daughter 5 weeks early by emergency c-section, due to hellp syndrome. i was wondering if anybody else has had this problem. just curious to find out as much about this syndrome as possible, i did some research about it., but haven't really found out a lot about it, yet. i would like to know if i have chronic kidney disease and chronic high blood pressure if every time i get pregnant if this will happen again. if anyone has this please let me know what you know about it.
How did you realise the signs of help Syndome i have been ill for nearly 2weeks now and been reading up on the internet about it and some of the symptoms are the same of what i have been experiancing what you made you first think something was wrong ive got a appoitment with my GP tomorrow x
i didn't know anything was wrong at all, until the day i had her. i had really bad pain in my rib area and it got so bad i couldn't walk. so, went to l&d and that's when i found out my liver was failing and my blood pressure was way above stroke level. hopefully everything works out for you and you don't have it. good luck.
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