Today is the first day of May and the first day of Preeclampsia Awareness Month. My friend Sarah wrote this post for me last year, but it’s so important that it’s worth re-publishing each year.
Every time I share her story, whether it be on my blog, Facebook, or Twitter, I will always get at least one woman thanking me…saying that she has these symptoms and will now ask her doctor about them. So that is why I am sharing it again today. If you are pregnant or know someone who is pregnant, read this post and learn the signs.
The following was written by Sarah Hughes, coordinator for the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia in Philadelphia/South Jersey. In it, she shares her experience with preeclampsia and why she walks to raise awareness. Read More »