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My Husband Is Having Nephrotic Syndrome, Can I Get Pregnant

My Husband Is Having Nephrotic Syndrome, Can I Get Pregnant“My husband is having Nephrotic Syndrome, can I get pregnant?” As the wife of a Nephrotic Syndrome patient, she can not help having such a doubt. In fact, many other people have the similar question. Today we will discuss about this topic.

Nephrotic Syndrome is not an inherited disease.

The reason why people have such a doubt is that they do not have a clear mind about Nephrotic Syndrome. Nephrotic Syndrome can be caused by many diseases, such as Diabetic Nephropathy, FSGS, Minimal Change Disease, etc. It is characterized by massive proteinuria, swelling, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia. Generally speaking, congenital Nephrotic Syndrome may pass down to the child, while secondary Nephrotic Syndrome is usually not inherited.

Steroid treatment may affect fetal development.

Steroid treatment is the most common used treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome. This kind of medicine can help the patients eliminate proteinuria quickly, but it has many side effects. Sometimes it may affect the quality of sperm so as to cause congenitally deficiency. But if his Nephrotic Syndrome is well controlled and stop the medicine for a long time, you can get pregnant.

How to treat Nephrotic Syndrome?

Besides steroid treatment, there are many therapies for the patients to get Nephrotic Syndrome under control. The best treatment is natural treatment, which has few side effects. Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of them. In TCM, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, enema therapy, medicated bath, circle therapy and steam therapy are often used to treat kidney disease. They can detoxify the blood to prevent kidney damage. They can also remove stasis and improve blood circulation to help kidneys repair themselves. Moreover, they can strengthen immune system to reduce the relapse frequency of Nephrotic Syndrome. When Nephrotic Syndrome is well controlled, you can prepare for pregnancy with your husband.

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