Take just 1 minute to find out if you are at risk for preeclampsia and whether you should take baby aspirin daily for prevention!

Preeclampsia is a life-threatening medical condition that includes high blood pressure. Since the major signs of preeclampsia are high blood pressure and protein in the urine, these two assessments are taken regularly at prenatal visits. Typically, women with preeclampsia can develop headaches and seizures, at which point preeclampsia becomes eclampsia. However, preeclampsia may produce no noticeable symptoms, which is why it's very important to keep your regular prenatal appointments.

Daily low-dose aspirin has been shown to help reduce the risk of preeclampsia.

Based on recommendations made by the US Preventive Services Task Force.

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