Pregnancy complications linked to long-term increased heart disease risk

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Women who experience any of five major pregnancy complications, such as preterm birth and pre-eclampsia, show an increased risk of ischemic heart disease up to 46 years after delivery, finds a study from Sweden published by The BMJ.
The researchers say all major adverse pregnancy outcomes should be recognised as lifelong risk factors for ischemic heart disease and women should be offered appropriate care to help prevent its development.

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