Blurred vision in pregnancy

These may be symptoms of a migraine or they could be symptoms of pre-eclampsia, which is a condition that normally occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy with raised blood pressure.

These may be symptoms of a migraine or they could be symptoms of pre-eclampsia, which is a condition that normally occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy with raised blood pressure. You might also have other symptoms such as a bad headaches, stomach pain, nausea and vomiting. Pre-eclampsia is potentially dangerous for you and for the baby.

Call your midwife, hospital or doctor immediately.

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Sources

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Hypertension in pregnancy, clinical guideline 107, London NICE, 2011

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Last reviewed on April 1st, 2014. Next review date April 1st, 2017.

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