Nephrotic Syndrome: Can I Bear a Baby

Nephrotic Syndrome: Can I Bear a Baby Nephrotic Syndrome is not merely a kidney disease, but a group of clinical manifestations mainly characterized by proteinuria, swelling, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidemia. It can occur both in male and female. Then, can women with nephrotic syndrome bear a baby?

Honestly speaking, it depends on the illness condition. Once the condition is managed well, women with this disorder can give birth to a baby under the guidance of doctors.

What are the suitable conditions?
1. Normal kidney function

2. The condition has been well controlled for more than 2 years, and there are no obvious symptoms, such as, blood in urine, proteinuria, urinary tract infection, etc.

However, if patients are presenting the following symptoms, they are not suggested to get pregnant.

1. Massive proteinuria. Because pregnancy will reduce the plasma albumin level, result serious swelling and elevated blood pressure, which may lead to heart failure.

2. Uncontrolled high blood pressure. If this abnormal symptom can not be controlled well, pregnancy will aggravate kidney damage and cause decline of kidney function.

3. Serious infections. When there are serious infections, it is necessary necessary to bring these symptoms under control. If not, children’s health will be affected largely.

Here, some herbal medicine are recommended for patients with nephrotic syndrome. And they can help eliminate the symptoms and repair the damaged kidneys.

If you are interested in this, please email us your test and we will prescribe you an individualized herbal list based on your condition.

If you happen to be a women with nephrotic syndrome and want to give birth to a baby, we really hope you can benefit a lot. Any doubts about this article or the treatments, you can also choose to click the Live Contact directly.

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