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Protein Leakage 1.04 mg and FSGS: Can I Be Pregnant

Question: Hello, I am suffering from FSGS from Nov 2011. And currently my protein leakage is 1.04 mg per day. Please suggest me, can I be pregnant at this stage?
Protein Leakage 1.04 mg and FSGS: Can I Be PregnantAnswer: Many female patients with FSGS concern about the answer to the question above. In the following, we will talk about this topic generally.

Generally speaking, if your state of illness is brought under control, you can be pregnant. But from the above information, we can see that your protein leakage is not well controlled now. Pregnancy can increase the workload of kidneys so as to worsen your proteinuria and kidney disease. Does you have renal insufficiency, high blood pressure and hypoproteinemia? If you have, you had better not be pregnant as well. However, nothing can deprive your right to be a mother. In our hospital, we have treated many patients from 64 countries all over the world. More than 80 % of them get remission from kidney disease.

Introducing comprehensive therapy includes Traditional Chinese Medicine and western medicine for repairing the damaged kidneys is the characteristic treatment of our hospital. Here we just introduce some of them. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovative therapy, which is to penetrate the shattered Chinese medicine into the kidneys directly by osmosis devices. This therapy can dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to improve ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys, which is helpful in kidney self-healing. It can also restrain kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis as well as provide essential nutrients. Mai Kang Mixture is a kind of Chinese patent medicine to help you lower cholesterol level and reduce blood pressure so as to improve blood circulation. Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Circle Therapy and Moxibustion also helps kidney function improvement.

You can use western medicine to control your symptoms and Chinese medicine to regulate your body. When your whole body becomes balanced and harmoniously, you can get pregnant and then give birth to a healthy baby. The information you give is too general to make a treatment plan. If you want to receive our treatment, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will give you answer soon.

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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