High Blood pressure during pregnancy is generally considered a normal thing. But a new study shatters all such myths and says that it may lead to serious consequences later in life and among such consequences, heart attack and high blood pressure are more prominent. This study included about 5,000 women and found that the women who had high blood pressure during pregnancy had two times more chances of strokes. In addition, such women had 1.5 times more risk of heart attack and 1.5 times more risk of developing higher blood pressure after reaching the age of 40. The monumental research would certainly help researchers go deep and find possible solutions to handle it at early stage.