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Can You Have A Baby with Glomerulonephritis

2014-01-01 15:41

If you can not have a baby,you may have a sense of loss. Can you have a baby with glomerulonephritis?Read on to get the answer.

Generally speaking,women with glomerulonephritis can have a healthy baby if they have no serious kidney damage and complications.However,there are some risk factors of pregnancy for the patients.

Proteinuria

Protein in urine is a significant risk factor in worsening renal function in glomerulonephritis,especially when protein in urine is above 1 g/d.Pregnancy may influence haemodynamics,which may then increase the leakage of protein in urine.

High blood pressure

When women get pregnant, their kidneys will have to function harder to filter blood.This will certainly put more strain on kidneys,thus accelerating renal function decline.If blood pressure is higher than the normal range of 130/80mmHg,it will also cause extra stress on kidneys. It may cause renal function to drop acutely during the pregnancy.

Reduced renal function

Creatinine level can roughly reflect how well your kidneys are functioning.If your creatinine level has elevated, it can increase the risk of pregnancy.In that case,women with glomerulonephritis are not recommended to get pregnant.

In addition, some drugs may cause side effects on pregnancy like ACE inhibitor and ARB drugs. It is necessary for the women with glomerulonephritis to adjust their medications before and during the pregnancy.

Even if the condition keeps stable before pregnancy, there still may some accidences during the process. Therefore, the women should be monitored closely and keep regular follow-ups.

To make sure women with glomerulonephritis to have a healthy baby successfully,the best way is to control their disease fundamentally.Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy is an effective treatment for glomerulonephritis.It is a natural remedy for glomerulonephritis and free of adverse effects on body. So it has no adverse effects on pregnancy.

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