It’s hard to forget the look on my husband’s face when the nurse said the words “HELLP Syndrome.” I had no clue what that meant, but, as a nurse, he did. I knew I had postpartum preeclampsia, but this was a more severe stage the nurse would go on to explain to me. I really hadn’t felt scared until this point. Fortunately, my baby was out and I had the greatest people taking care of me and we would be fine. But for many woman and their babies that isn’t the case. Far too many women die from this scary, largely unknown complication. Please help me raise awareness and consider making a donation towards my goal!
Thank you for visiting my 2018 Promise Walk for Preeclampsia fundraising page.
I am grateful for your donations and for your help in spreading the word about preeclampsia. My goal is to help our community raise funds and awareness and save the lives of moms and babies!
Please make a donation to support our efforts to fund education and research into this life-threatening disorder of pregnancy.