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    For ladies with PIH without PE, how long did you suffer the PIH and what did they classify as high BP.
    last bub I had PIH from about 35 wks. Averaging 135 over 85 with the highest getting to 165 over 95.
    But no one would listen and luckily I went on his due date.
    I had so many symptoms relating to the PIH. But still they would not induce.

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    I had pre existing hypertension which got worse as it progressed. It was very well managed with meds. Normal for me was around 135-40 over 90 - this is still OK BP. I got up to 170/130 maybe even more with the PP PE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    For ladies with PIH without PE, how long did you suffer the PIH and what did they classify as high BP.
    last bub I had PIH from about 35 wks. Averaging 135 over 85 with the highest getting to 165 over 95.
    But no one would listen and luckily I went on his due date.
    I had so many symptoms relating to the PIH. But still they would not induce.
    Did they give you meds? 135/85 is not really very high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Did they give you meds? 135/85 is not really very high.
    Nope. But my normal non preg bp is avg 115 over 55. 135/85 was avg resting bp. Everytime I went in for monitoring it would jump into the mid 150 over 80-90.

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    I'm only 32 wks and it has already started to rise. I was 135/75 last week. :/

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    My BP was 160/100 and they couldn't get it down that day so induced me the next morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    I'm only 32 wks and it has already started to rise. I was 135/75 last week. :/
    That's fine BP. There's nothing wrong at all with your diastolic and your systolic is still within the normal range. It's pretty perfect. Try not to worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    That's fine BP. There's nothing wrong at all with your diastolic and your systolic is still within the normal range. It's pretty perfect. Try not to worry.
    They worry when its up from your normal. I have a non pregnant bp of 90/60 and at one of my appts it registered higher but still within normal limits and their reasoning for making me stay longer and come back the following day for another check was because it was higher than my norm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    They worry when its up from your normal. I have a non pregnant bp of 90/60 and at one of my appts it registered higher but still within normal limits and their reasoning for making me stay longer and come back the following day for another check was because it was higher than my norm.
    Yep this.

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    I was induced at 38+4 for PIH without PE but also my placenta was showing signs of calcification. My bp started at 90/60 but at the end of my pregnancy was yoyoing a bit but often up around 140/80.

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