A hypertensive disorder of pregnancy is a common problem during pregnancy, affect 5-10% of women. The incidence of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy is increased with more risk of developing chronic hypertension in their life later on, this is mostly because of sedentary lifestyle and increasing maternal age. In Egypt, there is no accurate estimation of long term postpartum complications of hypertensive disorder of pregnancy. The current study aimed to evaluate remote complications of PE, and gestational hypertension. Methods: This is a retrospective study included of 508women with previous hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Women that were diagnosed to be essential hypertensive, diabetic or had chronic illness before pregnancy were excluded from the study. Women recruited from... Obstetrics and Gynaecology department at Al Zahra University Hospital and El Sheikh Zayed Al-Nahyan Hospital. All women were subjected to history, examination with more concern about blood pressure measurements, investigation (cholesterol and ECG). Results: Chronic hypertension occurred in 22.4%of women with previous hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, the development of chronic hypertension was higher in pre-eclamptic women (78.1%) than in women with Previous gestational hypertension (21.9%). 30% (89/211 cases) of cases with previous preeclampsia developed remote hypertension and only 12% (25/181 cases) of cases with previous gestational hypertension developed remote hypertension. Conclusion: Women with previous preeclampsia had more tendancy to develop chronic hypertension more than those with previous gestational hypertension, Women who develop chronic hypertension tend to have higher lipid levels compared to normotensive women with previous history of hypertensive disorders with pregnancy. Obesity is a risk factor for hypertension in women with previous history of hypertensive disorders with pregnancy.