Kidney Disorder generally does not worsen due to pregnancy. However, women with exceptionally high blood pressure problems lead to further impairment of kidney disease, sometimes leading to kidney failure. Moreover, if pregnant women have kidney problems, they are more likely to develop high blood pressure. There are increased chances of risk that the fetus will not grow as expected or be stillborn if you have chronic kidney disorder before becoming pregnant. Pregnant women who have kidney disorders, blood pressure, and kidney functions are monitored closely, as is the fetus's growth. Sometimes, women might also be required to be hospitalized after 28 weeks of pregnancy, to provide complete bed rest, control blood pressure and monitor the fetus closely, if the kidney disorder is found to be severe. Women with the kidney transplant, if they have all of the following can give birth safely to healthy babies:
  • Normal Kidney Functions
  • Normal Blood Pressure
  • No episodes of rejection
  • Transplantation that had taken place, 2 or more years back
Women with the kidney disorder that requires hemodialysis regularly are at high risk of pregnancy complications, including preterm birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, and preeclampsia (a type of high blood pressure developed during pregnancy).

Natural Treatment Of Kidney Failure In Pregnancy

Whether you’ve been managing your kidney failure for a while or were recently diagnosed, pregnancy could be full of stress due to the risks and complications. Here are a few tips for the Treatment of Kidney Failure in Pregnancy: Get Diagnosed: If you are at a risk for kidney disease, it is of crucial importance to get your kidneys checked, to avoid further complications during pregnancy. There are two simple tests that check your kidney disease:
  • A urine test for albumin (a type of protein)
  • A blood test for creatinine
Control blood pressure and sugar levels: High blood pressure and diabetes are the two major causes of kidney disease. Managing these conditions during pregnancy is of utmost importance Eat well to stay well: Care must be taken to eat foods that help improve kidney functions, which are low in sodium, potassium, and phosphate. Including more fruits and green leafy vegetables would be of great help. It would rather be beneficial to take the help of a dietician to plan yourself a kidney-friendly diet. Try to stay positive: Throughout your journey of pregnancy with kidney problems, you are required to stay positive, because negative energy worsens the situation by adding stress. Try to include foods that help manage your cortical (Stress Hormone) levels. Commit to quit: Smoking damages the kidneys and also the diseases that damage the kidneys, like high blood pressure and diabetes. Quitting it might seem difficult, but it is one of the most important lifestyle corrections during pregnancy, to take care of yourself and your baby. Stay Hydrated: Staying hydrated is a must when it comes to taking care of your kidneys and being pregnant as well. One must try to include at least 2-3 liters of water in your diet. Sleep Well: Taking 7 to 8 hours of sleep is highly recommended to pregnant ladies, especially those with Kidney Disease.

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