Obstetrician Gynaecologist

  • Sydney
Supporting all aspects of women's reproductive health in a safe, caring and non-judgemental environment.
  • Sydney
Added on 28 April
Pregnancy complications!

High blood pressure in pregnancy is the most common complication. Even in the absence of pregnancy, high blood pressure or hypertension is an extremely common medical problem. The studies estimates that almost half of all adults in the around 49.6% have high blood pressure.

Developing high blood pressure while pregnant can fall under one of the following categories.

- Pre-existing high blood pressure – refers to women diagnosed with high blood pressure before becoming pregnant.

- Gestational hypertension - refers to women