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How Bad Is Pregnancy for An IgA Nephropathy 39 Years Old Woman

How Bad Is Pregnancy for An IgA Nephropathy 39 Years Old WomanIgA Nephropathy is also known as Berger’s Disease. It is the most common form of glomerulonephritis in the world. For female with IgA Nephropathy, they usually worry about pregnancy. Recently a patient consulted our online doctor such a question. How bad is pregnancy for an IgA Nephropathy 39 years old woman? If you have the similar doubt, go on reading to learn more information.

Pregnancy decreases plasma albumin.

IgA Nephropathy patients often have large amount of protein leakage, which can reduce plasma albumin. When you are pregnant, fetus needs a lot of albumin to develop. This can decrease plasma albumin further. Low plasma albumin can make plasma colloid osmotic pressure decline so that fluid flows into tissue space, leading to severe swelling.

Pregnancy speeds up progression to kidney failure.

Pregnancy increases blood flows into kidneys, which can put extra stress on the damaged kidneys. It is likely for your kidneys to be damaged further if they are always in a state of high perfusion.

Pregnancy raises blood pressure further.

High blood pressure often goes together with IgA Nephropathy. Pregnancy can increase blood volume to raise blood pressure further. High blood pressure increases your risk of heart failure so as to threaten your life. Besides, it increases your risk of pregnancy-induced hypertension, leading to stillbirth, eclampsia, acute kidney failure, etc.

All in all, pregnancy is not good for IgA Nephropathy patients. But does it mean she can not give birth to a baby? No. If your state of illness has been stabilized for 3 years, your kidney function is still normal and you do not take any medications for IgA Nephropathy, you can prepare for pregnancy. Therefore, if you want to conceive, you should find a suitable natural treatment for IgA Nephropathy. 

How bad is pregnancy for an IgA Nephropathy 39 years old woman? I think you have acquired the answer. If you still have any other questions for IgA Nephropathy, please leave a message below or consult online doctor directly.

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