Limited postpartum follow-up may miss high blood pressure in 1 in 10 new moms

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In an analysis of more than 2,400 women, about 1 in 10 without a history of blood pressure issues were diagnosed with high blood pressure in the year after childbirth, according to a research article published today in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal. Nearly a quarter of the women were diagnosed more than six weeks after delivery—a time when many women have stopped receiving follow-up care.

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