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Chronic Kidney Failure is a slow progressive loss of renal function over a period of several years. As renal failure advances and the organ's function is severely damaged, dangerous levels of wastes and fluid can rapidly build up within the body. Is it safe to get pregnant with Chronic Kidney Failure?
Doctors do not advise that female with chronic renal failure get pregnant, including pre-dialysis patients. The risks to both mother and baby are greater than normal. The chance of carrying a baby a full nine month is low. Patients should talk to their doctor and seriously consider birth control.
What precautions should be taken by pregnant women with Chronic Kidney Failure?
If pregnancy-induced hypertension syndrome occurs in the very early stage of pregnancy, pregnancy suspension should be taken instantly. Besides, patients are suggested to keep an eye on situations as below:
1. People with elevated blood pressure (>150/100 mmHg) should not conceive, as it can be easily complicated with complications including heart failure, stillbirth fetus, or postpartum hemorrhage and so on.
2. People who have severe kidney damage with high creatinine (>265umol/L) and BUN (>11mmol/L) are recommended to not conceiving at this time.
If you are not sure whether your condition with Chronic Kidney Failure is OK to get pregnant, feel free to chat with our online doctor for personalized advice. When you are considering having a baby, discussing your options with your doctor will help you decide what the best plan is for your family and treatment.