Can I have one more child after I was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease?

Depends. Women with ckd can find it difficult in becoming pregnant and if become pregnant are at increased risks for complications such uncontrolled HTN and ecclapmsia. What is known is that the worse your kidney disease, the more unlikely you will be able to conceive. Suggest consult with your doctor about your options.
Yes and No. In the usa, we have one of the best medical systems in the world. This pregnancy would be high risk and could threaten you and the baby's life. I would get several opinions before you push the limits of your renal disease. Hope this helps.

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What do doctors do when a child is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease?

Begin education. The DX of any life altering illness requires a broad range of training to understand the dx, ways it will or won't affect daily activities & diet, expected changes in long term plans. The process is an ongoing one & often relies on a team of physicians, medical social workers, nurses and dietitians. Education for the child is targeted to their level of understanding. Read more...
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Is it safe to have another child after being diagnosed with chronic kidney disease?

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I have chronic kidney disease im 22 years old but I feel someone made me to have kidney failure is this possible? Can any one make others kidney fail

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My nephew who is one has chronic kidney disease and a transplant is in his near future, just noticed his tongue is yellowish??? Any idea why?

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Pulsing in the ear. A pulsation in the ear that a doctor can measure and record is often a result of an enlarged blood vessel called an aneurysm. How is your blood pressure? If it is normal and this continues, need to have it checked by an ENT specialist. . Read more...

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