Can I get Pregnant with Kidney Disease?

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Kidney disease is something that many people suffer with. While it is a treatable, it is definitely something that can affect a woman’s ability to become pregnant as well as the health of her baby and the pregnancy when she does become pregnant.

It is possible to become pregnant while you have kidney disease. However, it is a good idea to understand the risks involved before you begin trying to conceive. One of the main causes of kidney disease is high blood pressure and diabetes. Both of these factors can cause issues with a pregnancy.

kidney-disease-is-something-that-can-affect-a-womans-ability-to-become-pregnantKidney disease can also make it harder to become pregnant because of the effect that it has on the menstrual cycle. It could make the cycle irregular or may cause the woman to stop ovulating. Because of the risks to the pregnancy and the difficulty in becoming pregnant in the first place, it is best to talk to your doctor before you begin trying to conceive.

Your doctor will be able to evaluate your condition and determine what your health risks will be when you become pregnant. They will also be able to monitor your closely in order to make sure that you stay healthy before and after you become pregnant.

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