I find this page by accident. When I click the online consultation, a real doctor just appeared in the video. He answered all my questions and made a detailed analysis of my kidney problem.
What will happen to me if I get pregnant? I mean I would love to have a baby with my husband, but I have nephrotic syndrome. We’re not sure what will happen to me or the baby, so we would like to know what would happen.
Hello, madam. Thanks for your inquiry. I quite understand your mood. But I need to know more your basic info and specific illness condition. In order to give your individualized suggestions, you can email details to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.
But I can tell you some general condition about the condition for your reference. Any questions, please be free to contact us! Actually, if you are in the following condition, pregnancy is not recommended.
1. Massive proteinuria
Because pregnancy can further lower the the level of plasma albumin and cause serious swelling and increased blood volume and blood pressure or even lead to heart failure.
2. High blood pressure
High blood pressure during pregnancy can cause hypertensive encephalopathy, eclampsia, stillbirth, etc.
3. Cystitis, hydronephrosis or other serious infections
Serious infections need to be treated with antibiotics which can affect the children’s health.
If you suffer from the above conditions, you should seek professional and effective treatment to relieve the symptoms and control the development of illness condition.
Topic: Nephrotic Syndrome Bascis