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Is it dangerous to get pregnant for women with Chronic Kidney Disease? It has become a tough thing that patients have to face, because some studies have shown that an increasing number of pregnancies occur in the the presence of chronic kidney disease (CKD), including Glomerulonephroitis, iabetic Nephropathy and Lupus Nephritis.
For a woman, to be a mother can be regarded as her dream, there is no exception for women with CKD. Frankly speaking, there is certain risk that kidney disease patients get pregnant. In our daily life, pregnancy in women with kidney disease is relatively uncommon. Because pregnancy in kidney disease is not only affect the growth of fetal, but also can worsen the mother’s life. But there are still successful cases that kidney disease patients get pregnant successfully and safely.
Well then, how to ensure the safety for people with pregnancy and chronic kidney disease?
According to clinical practices, the most important factor affecting fetal and maternal prognosis is the degree of renal function at conception. Well then, how?
As we all know, our kidney is an very important filtering organ and is responsible to maintain our body health. And our kidney also has a strong compensatory ability so that 50 percent of renal function can guarantee our body’s normal work. And according to different glomerular filtration rate (GFR), we can see the degree of kidney damage. In the majority of patients with mild renal function impairment, and well-controlled blood pressure, pregnancy is usually successful and does not alter the natural course of maternal renal disease. Conversely, fetal outcome and long-term maternal renal function might be seriously threatened by pregnancy in women with moderate or severe renal function impairment.
Through the above analysis, we can see that there is a certain risk to get pregnant for women with CKD. If you want to get pregnant with kidney disease, you should assure a good internal environment of kidney. For an individualized treatment, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.
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