Four years in and gaining momentum, the North Conway Promise Walk for Preeclampsia is shouting from the mountaintops the dangers of preeclampsia while looking to support women and families in the New England area who have been touched by the disease.
Coordinator Megan Stuart has a personal connection to preeclampsia. In 2008, Megan was diagnosed with preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome. Forced to deliver at 33 weeks due to her condition, Megan’s daughter was just 3 lbs 9 ounces and spent two weeks in the NICU. Thankfully, her daughter is fine now, but it wasn’t the way Megan thought her daughter’s life would begin.
If you’d like to join Megan on her journey to educate others on the signs and symptoms of preeclampsia, please register or donate to the North Conway Promise Walk for Preeclampsia. The walk will kick off on May 12th at The North Conway Community Center.