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In January of 2013 I was diagnosed with pre-eclampsia & placental abruption during my second pregnancy at 26 weeks, which resulted in a still birth. This was my second pregnancy having pre-eclampsia, the first pregnancy coming at 27 weeks. I was monitored monthly during my pregnancy, even after having early contractions at 20 weeks. I spent 7 days in the Intesive Care Unit and 3 days in a recovery room. I developed Kidney failure and had blood transfusions from losing a liter of blood . I also had high blood pressure which got up to 200.
My doctor recently told me I will probably be on high blood pressure pills permanently when I've had no history. Is my OBGYN at fault?
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