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PKD Females Can Be Pregnant

2015-10-14 10:42

PKD Females Can Be Pregnant It is a concern that whether PKD females can be pregnant. The answer is definite. Ok, now please see the below details:

According to research and practice, about 80% females with PKD can be successful and uneventful to give birth to children. This statistical data gives PKD women very much confidence of pregnancy. However, PKD people with the below symptoms should be paid high attention;

High blood pressure or hypertension, and decline of kidney function. They are at a higher risk of getting pregnant, because some complications and symptoms can do harm to babies and mothers.

PKD women with hypertension can get pre-eclampsia or toxemia which can occur all of a sudden without any omen during pregnancy, and the chance of this is about 40%, which is very life-threatening for patients and babies. Hence, in this situation, females with PKD should strictly follow the doctors’ advice to do, and do not take any medicine without consulting doctors. In addition, going to see doctors regularly is very necessary, which can prevent anything dangerous for patients.

Autosomal Dominant PKD is the most common for people, which occupies 90% in PKD. In ADPKD, only one of pair of chromosome has ADPKD gene, which can make people develop ADPKD. Thus, the chance of developing ADPKD for babies is 50%, while it is 25% for ARPKD which is very rare. Females with PKD should have psychological preparation for this at first. More information about PKD or kidney disease, welcome to leave a message or contact online doctors anytime. Reply will be given very soon for you.

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