Should I take risks to get pregnant?

ChicSpruce 1 Posts Thursday July 27, 2017Registration date July 27, 2017 Last seen - Jul 27, 2017 at 04:31 AM - Latest reply: Deksha123 3 Posts Saturday September 16, 2017Registration date September 26, 2017 Last seen
- Sep 16, 2017 at 02:19 PM
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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smallsquirrel 1 Posts Monday July 31, 2017Registration date July 31, 2017 Last seen - Jul 31, 2017 at 03:10 AM
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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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kokihenry 83 Posts Friday August 18, 2017Registration date September 20, 2017 Last seen - Aug 18, 2017 at 04:14 PM
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Its important you heed to the Doctors advice.
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michael24x 2 Posts Thursday August 24, 2017Registration date August 29, 2017 Last seen - Aug 29, 2017 at 05:05 AM
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Welcome sister at this open online forum. I can understand your problem in easy and effective way. I am feeling happy to help you on behalf of my personal life experience that helps you to overcome this difficult situation in your life. I can understand your physical and mental stage due to this horrible problem in your life. I wish to God to provide extra energy and capacity to handle this situation in your life. It is not easy job to manage stress and depression due to this difficult problem in your life. I want to overcome this horrible situation at any cost. It ruins my life day by day. I want to express kind heart thanks to God to understand my problem and provide the best in class reliable treatment to defeat this horrible problem.
It is very important to make proper planning with your husband to understand each other physical need and effort to give proper satisfaction with emotion that is real value contribution for you. You should give first preference to your health. I am feeling pity and pain due to your infertility problem. You need not take high risk of pregnancy at this early stage. You should choose the wait and watch technique to take maximum benefits to overcome this problem. You should give importance to healthy life style with balanced diet that provides real time benefits to conceive effectively. It is dream of every woman to become perfect mother in their life to enjoy endless joy with baby in life. You should be very informative to remove stress and depression with yoga and meditation that provide full relaxation in short time period. I hope you get sufficient information to clear your doubts in easy and effective way.
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Neha5 12 Posts Tuesday August 22, 2017Registration date September 15, 2017 Last seen - Sep 15, 2017 at 12:44 PM
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There is good evidence to suggest that women with very mild kidney disease (stages 1-2), normal blood pressure, and little or no protein in the urine (called "proteinuria") can have a healthy pregnancy. What is proteinuria? It's a sign of kidney damage. Your body needs protein. But it should be in your blood, not your urine. Having protein in your urine usually means that your kidneys cannot filter your blood well and the protein is leaking out.
In women with moderate to severe kidney disease (stages 3-5), the risk of complications is much greater. For some women, the risk to mother and child is high enough that they should consider avoiding pregnancy.
If you are thinking of becoming pregnant, ask your doctor or other healthcare provider about your stage of kidney disease, your risk for complications, your degree of proteinuria, and any other health conditions you may have.
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Deksha123 3 Posts Saturday September 16, 2017Registration date September 26, 2017 Last seen - Sep 16, 2017 at 02:19 PM
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Hello! dear.Sorry to hear about your kidney infection.Now the question that whether you should take the risk of getting pregnant or not depends upon the how serious your kidney infection is.So you should take the suggestion of doctor and make decision according to it.
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