Prevention and treatments are 2 different things.
I know about HELLP syndrome which is thought to be a varient of preeclamsia.
My daughter had HELLP syndrome with her pregnancy and she was very close to death when they performed the emergency
BTW: my daughter had very good prenatal care from the time she found out she was pregnant ( about 4 to 6 weeks gestation ) until the day she went to the hospital and had her emergency C section.
She was getting a pain on left side of her back just below her ribs which was caused because she was bleeding into the liver.
Usually there is pain the upper right part of the abdomen but her pain was in the back because she had so much bleeding into the liver.
Her OB/GYN was shocked when her test results came back showing she had HELLP syndrome. She had just seen him a couple days before and everything with the pregnancy appeared fine then.
My daughter was one the up to 8 percent of women in the US who every year develope 'preeclampsia, eclampsia, or a related condition such as HELLP syndrome." Thankfully she was not one of the roughly 300 women who do die every year but she was one of the roughly 75,000 women every year who had severe complications.
Beyond Downton Abbey: Preeclampsia Maternal Deaths Continue Today - The Daily Beast
Every year in the U.S., up to 8 percent, or 300,000, of pregnant or postpartum women develop preeclampsia, eclampsia, or a related condition such as HELLP syndrome.
Roughly 300 women die, and another 75,000 women experience “near misses”—severe complications and injury such as organ failure, massive blood loss, permanent disability, and premature birth or death of their babies. Usually, the disease resolves with the birth of the baby and placenta. But, it can occur postpartum—indeed, most maternal deaths occur after delivery.
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Arkansas passed a law earlier this week to criminalize the killing of a fetus, excluding legal abortion, from the moment of conception.
Are there any other states where fetal homicide starts at conception? It looks like they are seeking a SCOTUS challenge from as many angles as possible.LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Senate voted unanimously Monday to criminalize the killing of a fetus from the moment of conception, which backers say will protect mothers but abortion rights advocates warn is aimed at further restricting the procedure in a state that already has the nation's most restrictive law.
The measure passed by the Senate 35-0 does not apply to legal abortions or acts by the mother, but would apply to criminal acts and wrongful death actions in civil court. Current law defines a 12-week-old fetus as an unborn child.
The bill was approved less than a week after the Republican-led Legislature enacted a ban on most abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy, overriding Democratic Gov. Mike Beebe's veto of the measure. Abortion rights groups plan to sue the state in federal court over the ban, which Beebe has called unconstitutional.
Full Story: Ark. Senate expands definition of unborn child
Their tactic is quite obvious. Make a law outragous (at the point of conseption), but then accept something lower than 24 weeks from a SCOTUS ruling.
I don't think we'll see a time where abortion is completely outlawed unless there is a process that is developed to remove the fetus from the woman to grow elsewhere.