I need some advice, When I had my first child in 2010 I had to deliver her two months early by c section. I had preeclampsia which cause my placenta to rupture and so the doctor had to take her. I am now 6 weeks pregnant and I want to know if I am going to have to worry about having preeclampsia and placenta previa again? Does anyone know what my chances of this happening again are, or if I need to be worrying? I feel so stressed out because I feel as though history is going to repeat itself. I know they say that every pregnancy is different but my last was not exactly the picture of happiness. Basically I want to know if I will get preeclamsia again and wether or not im in line for another NICU baby? Any help is greatly appreciated, Thank youView Thread
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