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Can Women Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Have Pregnancy

Can Women Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Have PregnancyTo be a mother, it must be the dream of all the women throughout the world. But for women Nephrotic Syndrome patients, it is not as easy as we think. Why? As we all know that the recurrence rate of nephrotic syndrome is amazing, accidentally, patients will meet death immediately. Well then, can women nephrotic syndrome patients have pregnancy? And what they should pay attention to in their daily if they are eager to get pregnant extremely? If you also have the similar questions, please read on carefully, this article will explain the behind stories.

Can women nephrotic syndrome patients have pregnancy?

Nephrotic syndrome is a kind of Chronic kidney disease which has a long course and is difficult to treat. It can do harm to the pregnant women and the unborn babies, and on the contrary, pregnancy can aggravate the original nephrotic syndrome. Here, we have to say whether you are allowed to get pregnant is not dependent on any other things, but decided by your own illness conditions. Therefore, please have a careful communication before you make any decision about pregnancy. Of course, you can also type your questions in the service box when it pops up in your lower right corner of the screen, there are experts answering for you no matter when.

What will happen to the women nephrotic syndrome patients and unborn babies if the women have pregnancy?

1. Pregnancy will aggravate the burden on kidneys. And for those pregnant women who have nephrotic syndrome, their condition will be aggravated.

2. As the pregnant women have nephrotic syndrome, the level of plasma albumin is low, and it will often lead to intrauterine growth retardation and premature birth.

In conclusion, if you don’t make clear your conditions very well, go and consult directly your experts as early as possible. As long as you pay attention to every point closely, you are bound to have a healthy baby. Best wishes! 

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