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ok so my last pregnancy with my son i ended up being high risk at around the 33 week mark which wasnt that bad.i had hypertension and preeclampsia and was on bed rest.
my question is if i were to get preggy again which is something im considering in the future do you think ill have problems again.and not only have them but worse or sooner or both?the father of the new child would be a different father than my son now and i hear somewhere that a different father puts you back at baby 1 statistics.idk i jsut need some answers or input or watever.thx
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Not sure about the new father and stats of putting you back to how you were in the first pregnancy.
But my SIL had pregnancy induced hypertension and pre-e during her first pregnancy, and is pregnant with her second right now. She started having issues with pregnancy #1 around the same time as you and was induced at 34 weeks due to the pre-e. She is now 24 weeks into her second pregnancy and is not having any of those issues or complications. She is overdoing it and carrying this baby differently, so she is having other issues - nothing too major as of right now. She just may have to start taking it easy once her school year ends (she is a teacher).
Most likely you would be monitored more closely the second time around. And given different instructions on how to avoid those complications. Every pregnancy is different.