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Can I Get Pregnant in Future with Creatinine 3.1 and FSGS

Can I Get Pregnant in Future with Creatinine 3.1 and FSGSTo be a mother may be the dream of most female. But as long as you are diagnosed with kidney disease, you have to pay attention to pregnancy, because it may add insult to injury. Can I get pregnant in future with creatinine 3.1 and FSGS?

Let’s have a quick look at your medical condition.

FSGS is related with the deposited IgG, C3 and other immune complexes in the kidneys. These immune complexes cause inflammation at first, which over time lead to glomerular sclerosis and then kidney function declines. When kidney function is less than 50%, creatinine level increases quickly. Creatinine 3.1 is more than twice the normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL), which means your kidneys have been severely damaged.

You had better not conceive before your state of illness stabilizes.

Kidney disease can get worse during pregnancy and can affect the growth and development of the fetus. Because your kidneys have been severely damaged, pregnancy may lead to permanent worsening of your kidney function. Besides, some medicines you take to relieve FSGS may harm your developing baby, such as ACEI or ARBs during pregnancy. Therefore, you had better bring FSGS under control first. There are some therapies to help you repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function, for example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Full Bath, etc.

If you are planning to become pregnant, you may have to do the following things:

-Talk with your doctor about which medicines you can take.

-Have a good rest

-Pay attention to the nutrients you take and supplement enough vitamins, which helps boost immune system and decrease the risk of infection.

-Prevent infection, urinary tract infection, skin infection, etc. Infection may worsen your disease.

FSGS can not deprive your right to be a mother. You had better receive treatment as early as possible. When creatinine level is normalized and there are no symptoms in 1 year, you can plan for pregnancy. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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