Pregnancy induced high blood pressure.

Q: I am 27 years old with high blood pressure following 9 months after having a baby. Will my high blood pressure go away?

A: The high blood pressure you developed during pregnancy may not go away. Even if it does, you should continue to monitor your blood pressure. Women who develop high blood pressure with pregnancy are more likely to get high blood pressure later in life.

Further Reading:
High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy – National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

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