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    Ask Dr Charlotte: What is the likelihood of developing pre-eclampsia in a consequent pregnancy after already having pre-eclampsia with the previous pregnancy?

    Each month Healthshare asks our followers to ask questions around a health topic. Our in-house GP, Dr Charlotte Middleton picks a handful of them and provides answers in a video. February topic was PREGNANCY AND BIRTH.
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  • Special interests: integrative health (nutrition/vitamins/supplements), certified GAPS nutritional practitioner, womens and childrens health, endocrine disorders, weight loss, autoimmune disease View Profile

    In this video, Healthshare's in-house GP, Dr Charlotte Middleton discusses the topic of pre-eclampsia, its symptoms, causes and risk factors in the first and consecutive pregnancies. She also talks about the preventative measures and ways to manage the condition.

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