The patients with chronic nephritis and renal insufficiency are not suitable for birth. In women with renal insufficiency, the kidneys may be overwhelmed with kidney failure, uremia and life threatening after pregnancy. However, not all women with chronic glomerulonephritis are infertile and should be determined by the type of glomerulonephritis, the severity of the disease, and renal function.
Kidney is an important organ of our human body. Many life activities of the human body can not be separated from it. Chronic nephritis and renal insufficiency are common diseases of kidney problems. Many patients suspect that such diseases can affect fertility, so can chronic nephritis and renal insufficiency give birth?
In general, women with chronic nephritis at active stage, chronic nephritis with strict children with hypertension and chronic renal insufficiency are not suitable for birth, because recuperation is of great significance for the treatment of chronic nephritis. Pregnancy can delay the disease and even deteriorate the renal function. The active phase of chronic nephritis, that is, besides protein in urine, there are more red cells, white cells and tube type. It can be seen that the decrease of complement C3 in blood shows that the condition is unstable and the immune response is very active, and the pregnancy will cause the disease to deteriorate.
Can chronic glomerulonephritis be born with renal insufficiency? Not suitable, because chronic nephritis has a large number of proteinuria not suitable for pregnancy, pregnancy can promote the decrease of plasma albumin, lead to severe edema, increase of blood volume, increase blood pressure, and lead to heart failure.
Patients who have higher blood pressure than 150/100 mm Hg are not suitable for birth. This patient is prone to pregnancy induced hypertension syndrome, which can cause hypertensive encephalopathy, eclampsia, stillbirth, and also cause heart failure and acute renal failure. The incidence of postpartum hemorrhage is also high.
The patients with chronic nephritis and renal insufficiency are not suitable for birth. In women with renal insufficiency, the kidneys may be overwhelmed with kidney failure, uremia and life threatening after pregnancy. However, not all women with chronic nephritis are infertile and should be determined by the type of nephritis, severity of the disease, and renal function.
Some nephritis patients, such as chronic occult nephritis, mild nephrotic type, only a small amount of proteinuria, no hypertension, and no renal dysfunction, can be allowed to pregnancy under strict medical monitoring. These patients must regularly check the urine routine, measure blood pressure and check the kidney function, especially in the later period of pregnancy, 2 times of urine routine should be checked every week, blood pressure is measured every day, and the renal function is checked every 1 to 2 weeks. If there is a large increase in urine protein and a marked increase in blood pressure, the renal function will decrease, and pregnancy should be stopped in time.