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Can seizures reoccur due to postpartum eclampsia ?

can a seizure happen again to a patient who once have it because of postpartum eclampsia? thanks... Or IF NOT HAVING ANOTHER BIRTH , will seizure happen again?? thanks doc..
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
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read your prob, there are no chance of appeare seizurs again if blood pressure is controlled. as cause of seizure was high BP. but when during 1st pregnancy bp was high then she will be more pron to high bp during next pregnancy. so keep in mind n start proper treatment as soon as possible.
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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
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if the post partum ecclampsia is well controlled there is less chance of getting another attack in postpartum period .chance of seizure is also not there unless it is due to some other reason
in further pregnancy ,should always be under docor's care .there is chance of p e t and it's coplication ecclampsia if blood pressure not kept under control
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