Renal Failure Signs In Pregnancy

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Recognizing signs of renal failure can be a bit difficult. Unless she undergoes routine medical and laboratory tests, there's no definitive way of concluding the diagnosis.

Renal Failure and Pregnancy

Here are signs to look out for -

1. Changes in urinary pattern: When you're pregnant, it's common to feel the need to use the bathroom more. The hormonal fluctuations cause your body to produce more urine than the usual. The pressure of the uterus to your urinary bladder also adds up to the urge to urinate. Because changes in your urinary pattern are expected, it can easily mask the symptoms of renal failure.

Amber colored or blood tinged urine
Flank pain
Burning sensation when urinating
Swelling of the face

2. High blood pressure: During pregnancy, your blood volume increases to accommodate you and your baby. Because there's an increase in blood volume, an increase in blood pressure is also expected. Unfortunately, this change also means more work for your kidneys.

Too much pressure and blood volume, in the long run, can damage the blood vessels in your renal tract. Once they are damaged, they become ineffective in filtering out waste products. As a result, there's water retention and toxins remain inside your system as well. If these waste materials aren't removed from your body, there's a good chance that they won't only pose harm to you but to your baby as well.


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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
16th Apr 2016 (#)

Well, there is always a test done in pregnancy the minute you cross six months as that is when issues crop up including gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia (which is life threatening) and of course you need to hydrate yourself well as a pregnant woman doesn't have space in the belly region resulting in inability to eat or drink as much as before. There are certain other things that prevent too. Well, trust you have never been pregnant full term to know it, I have been and I know water wouldn't cut it so lived on Sugarcane juice (real juice not from a penis juice as some sexual experts think sugarcane is like Johnny Dodd) just to keep me hydrated and sugar in water.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
16th Apr 2016 (#)

BTW, does he still wink and pass his sexual lewdness via Wikinut moderation???

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
16th Apr 2016 (#)

Oh, BTW, we do swell up in pregnancy but unlike men, like what you are with Ever Pregnant Never Delivering Bellies that provide accurate source of renal failure due to acute alcoholism, excessive lard in diet and even for that matter a sedentary lifestyle.

That is male pregnancy to me not Thomas the Pregnant man.

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