Female patients with kidney disease can be pregnant? Can pregnancy aggravate the kidney disease?These kinds of questions often bother the female patients with kidney disease who haven’t given birth. Actually, under the doctor’s guidance ,female patient’s blood pressure and renal function is normal，the success rate of pregnancy can reach more than 95%.It shows that parts of the female patients still have a chance to give birth.
But female patients with kidney disease cannot be pregnant if they have the following conditions:
1.Nephrotic syndrome due to the lower plasma-albumin often results in fetal development slow and premature birth.
2.The fetal death rate of IgA nephropathy is high .
3.For the patients with moderate renal insufficiency，the occurrence rate of fetus slow growth and premature birth is very high and the renal function of pregnant women may aggravate more .
4.Secondary kidney disease ,such as lupus nephritis .After lupus nephritis patients pregnancy can induce or aggravate the illness ,so patients should pay more attention .For diabetic nephropathy patients ,after pregnancy will easily occur preeclampsia 、premature birth、fetal malformation 、large for date infant and fetal respiratory distress syndrome ,so it is not better to pregnancy .