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Hydatidiform Mole

One rare disease which may give rise to pre-eclamptic toxaemia, or eclampsia, is hydatidiform mole. Normally, the fertilized ovum develops a netWork of tissue which eventu­ally becomes the placenta; if the ovum dies but does not miscarry, the placenta continues to grow and develops into many small cysts, causing hydatidiform mole. This occurs in perhaps one in 2000 pregnancies, and must be removed to avoid the complications of infection and bleeding. Occasionallya mole develops into a malignant choriocarcinoma and a woman who has had a hydatidiform mole should be kept under observation for up to tWo years.

Symptoms

Symptoms of hyperthyroidism

  • Rapid heart rate
  • Restlessness, nervousness
  • Heat intolerance
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Loose stools
  • Trembling hands
  • Skin warmer and more moist than usual

Prevention

As so little is understood about how and why hydatidiform moles occur, they're difficult to prevent. However, good healthy nutrition may decrease the risk of one developing.

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