On May 23, 2023, Drs. John Frattarelli and Anatte Karmon hosted a Facebook live session, with special guest Dr. Janet Burlingame, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist. The live stream is entitled: “Infertility and Preeclampsia – Are patients with infertility at risk?”
During this session, the doctors talked about:
- What is Preeclampsia?
- When does Preeclampsia usually occur?
- What complications are associated with Preeclampsia?
- How is Preeclampsia managed?
- Are there risks after pregnancy?
- Is there an increased risk to patients that are undergoing fertility treatments?
Characterized by elevated blood pressure, the presence of protein in the urine, and symptoms such as swelling, headaches, and blurred vision; Preeclampsia is a serious medical condition that typically occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy. If you notice any signs or symptoms of preeclampsia, please consult your Personal Care Provider or OB-GYN.
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