Kidney disease, various types of kidney diseases. There is a dynamic balance between the organs of the human body, as well as between the internal and external environments. If multiple pathogenic factors, both internal and external, disrupt the balance of the human body, leading to dysfunction of the organs, qi, and blood functions, and affecting the kidneys, it can lead to the development of kidney diseases. The prerequisite for the onset of the disease lies in the strength of the human body's positive qi, as well as the competition between evil and the rise and fall of both sides. The causes of kidney disease are diverse, including various internal and external factors such as six sexual factors, seven emotions, diet, physical exertion, sexual exertion, drug toxicity, and accidental injury. Moreover, in the process of disease occurrence and evolution, the etiology and its pathological products often interact with each other, becoming causality. Pathological products from one stage can also become pathogenic factors in another stage and lead to the development of the disease.
Secondary kidney disease, such as lupus nephritis, can induce or worsen the condition after pregnancy, so caution should be exercised. Another example is that patients with diabetes nephropathy are prone to pre eclampsia, premature delivery, fetal malformation, macrosomia and fetal respiratory distress syndrome after pregnancy, so they should not be pregnant.
Can female kidney disease patients become pregnant? Will pregnancy worsen kidney disease? These issues often plague female kidney disease patients who have not yet given birth. In fact, under the guidance of a nephrologist, the success rate of pregnancy in female kidney disease patients with normal blood pressure and renal function can reach over 95%. This indicates that some female kidney disease patients still have the opportunity to have their own baby.
However, female nephrotic patients cannot conceive if they have the following conditions: nephrotic syndrome, due to low plasma albumin, often leads to delayed fetal development and premature birth; IgA nephropathy has a high fetal mortality rate; Patients with moderate renal insufficiency have a high incidence of fetal developmental delay and premature birth, and pregnant women may experience progressive deterioration of renal function.
According to reports, kidney disease has become a major threat to public health worldwide. In developed countries, about 6.5% to 10% of the general population suffer from varying degrees of kidney disease. In China, the prevalence of chronic kidney disease among people aged 18 and above is about 8% to 10.4%. Misuse of drugs, non-standard treatment, and unhealthy lifestyles have become important factors leading to or exacerbating kidney disease. Experts remind the public to enhance their awareness of love for the kidneys, pay attention to kidney health, and not let blind treatment harm the kidneys.