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‘I had no idea my baby was at risk’: The fight to raise awareness of pre-eclampsia

Pre-eclampsia affects between 1% and 5% of pregnant women, but more can be done to inform people about its dangers.

While pregnant with her son in 2015, Chipiliro Kalebe-Nyamongo’s pregnancy was generally smooth – until she reached about 33 weeks. She started to develop high blood pressure, and was admitted to hospital to be monitored. It was during this period that Kalebe-Nyamongo became concerned when she didn’t feel her baby’s movements as usual.

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Source: Guardian, 8 April 2024


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