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    Your risk for preeclampsia goes up if you have:

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    Your risk for preeclampsia goes up if you have:

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    Having diabetes makes you more likely to get preeclampsia -- high blood pressure during pregnancy that can harm you or your baby. You're also at greater risk if you already have high blood pressure, have kidney disease or lupus, are obese, are older than 35, or are African-American.

    If you do get preeclampsia, you will need to see your doctor for more frequent visits.

    That's not correct.

    Having diabetes makes you more likely to get preeclampsia -- high blood pressure during pregnancy that can harm you or your baby. You're also at greater risk if you already have high blood pressure, have kidney disease or lupus, are obese, are older than 35, or are African-American.

    If you do get preeclampsia, you will need to see your doctor for more frequent visits.

    Yes, you're right!

    Having diabetes makes you more likely to get preeclampsia -- high blood pressure during pregnancy that can harm you or your baby. You're also at greater risk if you already have high blood pressure, have kidney disease or lupus, are obese, are older than 35, or are African-American.

    If you do get preeclampsia, you will need to see your doctor for more frequent visits.

    That's not correct.

    Having diabetes makes you more likely to get preeclampsia -- high blood pressure during pregnancy that can harm you or your baby. You're also at greater risk if you already have high blood pressure, have kidney disease or lupus, are obese, are older than 35, or are African-American.

    If you do get preeclampsia, you will need to see your doctor for more frequent visits.

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