“Can I have a baby, if I have Polycystic Kidney Disease”we got asked lots of this kinds of questions via our website.
The renal experts from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital give the explanation as following:
In generally, if one parent has autosomal dominant PKD, there is a 50 percent chance that the disease will pass to a child, and that both males and females are equally affected. Usually, at least one parent must have the disease for a child to inherit it. In 10 percent of cases, there may no family history of PKD. These cases are new mutations in a family. In very few cases, autosomal dominant PKD occurs spontaneously after conception. Parents would not be at increased risk to have additional children with PKD. But individuals with PKD have a a half chance of passing the gene on to their children.
Autosomal recessive PKD is a rare, inherited form of polyctstic kidney disease. Parents who may not have the disease can have a child with the disease if both parents carry the abnormal gene and both genes pass the gene to their child. So you had better to check your body’s illness condition regularly, although it violates the ethics moral, but it is good for parents and the child.
Whether you can have a health baby or not, the key point is your illness condition. You have to control your kidney disease from advancing by preventing the growth of kidney cysts. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been proved to be effective to treat the kidney disease effectively in clinically. On one hand, this therapy can prevent the growth of kidney cysts by preventing the active substances in the cells releasing. On the other hand, the natural herbs can increase the permeability of the blood circulation of the cysts surface, so as to excrete the cysts fluids along with urine out of body.
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