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IgA Nephropathy, Dialysis and 9% Kidney Function: Will I Be Able to Have A Baby

Question: Hi, my name is Jane, I am 30. I was diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy a few years ago. I am at 9% kidney function on dialysis. My question is: will I be able to have a baby?

IgA Nephropathy, Dialysis and 9% Kidney Function: Will I Be Able to Have A BabyAnswer: Many young female patients with IgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) have the similar doubt, so in the following, let’s have a look together.

Generally speaking, as long as IgA Nephropathy progresses to ESRD and dialysis is undergone, most patients lose the ability of fertility due to the influence of various steroids and toxins. Even if you are pregnant, it is likely for you to suffer from abortion. From what you said, we can see that you have been on dialysis. But it does not mean you can not have a baby. With the development of medical science, you have chance to conceive.

To increase the pregnance chance, you should cleanse waste produces and toxins from the blood, give up the use of steroids and improve kidney function. In China, we often use Blood Pollution Therapy for ESRD patients. This therapy can have a thorough cleanse of your blood. It can even remove stasis from the blood vessels. Besides, it can provide the essential nutrients for the damaged kidneys to recover. We also use Immunotherapy for IgA Nephropathy to strengthen your immunity, reduce the deposition of immune complexes in the kidneys and increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes. Besides, we use 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various Medicinal Soup) to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and biotherapy to rebuild the damaged kidney structure. And those therapies we referred are almost natural, so you can use them for long-term. After a period of treatment, your kidney function can be promoted and then you can get rid of dialysis and have a baby.

Now your case is very severe, if you just do dialysis, it is impossible for you to have a baby. The above information is very general. For more information, please leave your basic information below. Our doctors will contact you later.

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