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Should I take risks to get pregnant?

Ask a question ChicSpruce 1Posts Thursday July 27, 2017Registration date July 27, 2017 Last seen - Last answered on Jul 31, 2017 at 03:10 AM by smallsquirrel
Hi, there! I decided to post here as I need some help and advice right now. I had some kidney problems. Actually, it’s an infection that bothers me from time to time. I usually take some antibiotics and it retrieves. I’m childless and my hubby and I are willing to become parents soon. However, my GP says it’s quite risky as my kidneys may stop working during my pregnancy. Should I follow my doc’s advice or take risks and get pregnant?
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Hi,OP! I think all depends on how serious your infection is. I think you need to consult a doc. Only a specialist will tell you whether you take risks while getting pregnant or not. As far as I understood, you suffer from a chronic kidney infection, so when you get pregnant, you need to do all possible things not to fall ill. This must be done, especially during the first three months of your pregnancy. Just consult your GP and OB, and you’ll see how risky it is for you to get pregnant.
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