Can You Have A Successful Pregnancy with IgA Nephropathy

Can You Have A Successful Pregnancy with IgA NephropathyCan you have a successful pregnancy with IgA Nephropathy? The answer is yes. Nothing can deprive your right to be a mother, but there are a lot of things to pay attention. In this article, let’s have a quick look.

Scientifically speaking, as long as you meet the following conditions, you can have a baby.

-Kidney function is stable

-The pathology of IgA Nephropathy is not severe.

-The disease is within stage 3.

-No high blood pressure

-Proteinuria is under 0.5g for over 1 year.

But your rate of abortion, premature birth rate and fetal perinatal mortality is 10%-15% higher than other pregnant women. Therefore, you had better have a clear mind of your kidney condition before you prepare for your pregnancy.

Besides, due to the side effects of western medicine, you had better adjust it to the one which can be taken by the pregnant.

Diet during pregnancy for IgA Nephropathy

To have a successful pregnancy, it is better for you to eat lightly, especially in the early pregnancy. And avoid excess fat intake. In pregnant metaphase, you should take measures to prevent anemia and supplement calcium. During the whole course of pregnancy, it is not suggested to consume too much protein, because it may put extra stress on your kidneys.

Precautions:

When you have the following conditions, you should stop pregnancy.

-Persistent 24h urine protein over 3.5g for about one month

-Serum creatinine level is higher than 130 umol/L during pregnancy.

-Considering that pregnancy can damage your kidneys, it is not recommended to have second baby.

Can you have a successful pregnancy with IgA Nephropathy? Yes, you can, but you should take treatment as early as possible to control your disease well. If you are not satisfied with your current treatment, you can try Chinese medicine. For more information on Chinese medicine, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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