Preeclampsia is a serious disease related to high blood pressure that usually occurs in the second half of pregnancy. Preeclampsia affects 5–8%1,2 of all pregnancies and can happen to any woman, during any pregnancy.

When high blood pressure results in the delivery of a baby before 34 weeks of pregnancy, it’s called “early onset preeclampsia” and is often a more dangerous form of the disease. Left untreated, it can lead to life-threatening complications for both you and your baby.

That’s why it’s important to talk to your doctor about how you can be screened for early onset preeclampsia.

Earlier insight means more opportunity

PreeclampsiaScreen℠ | T1 is a first-trimester screening test that measures the presence of three biological “markers” in your blood. When detected at certain levels, these markers can indicate a higher risk of developing early onset preeclampsia.

A high-risk test result gives you the chance to take some easy steps to manage your pregnancy.

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