Polycystic Kidney Disease is one genetic disease that means patients were born with this disease. Most often, symptoms of PKD appear in 20-30 years old. For women with PKD in childbearing age, whether they can get pregnant must be their biggest concern.
Communicating with many female PKD patients, you will find quite a number of these patients have their own baby and in some cases, they even have three or four children. Fortunately, they don’t have any problem during their pregnancy. However, this doesn’t mean all Polycystic Kidney Disease patients can get pregnant safely.
PKD is one kidney disease that progresses slowly. For patients at age 20-30, all of their kidney cysts are still kept in small size. In this case, if patients don’t have any problem, they can still own their children. However, if patients have high blood pressure, kidney infections or relapse of kidney cyst, they are suggested to delay their pregnancy, because it may worsen their illness condition and cause abortion.
Besides, if one of patients’ kidney cysts is too big or patients’ kidney function is damaged severely, these female PKD patients have to give up pregnancy unless their kidney function is improved and all of their kidney cysts are shrunk successfully. Always remember that health is the most important thing.
Today, we are here to give you some suggestions for controlling PKD patients’ health condition and shrink their kidney cysts. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy: Through increasing the permeability of cystic walls and prompting the blood circulation within cystic walls, sac fluid can be reabsorbed and discharged out of the body via urine. As long as all of kidney cysts stay in small size, PKD patients can live just like general population. Hopefully, you can be the next one to get therapeutic effects.