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Female Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy & Oral Contraceptive

2014-06-11 06:53

Female Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy & Oral ContraceptiveOral contraceptive is the common contraceptive methods. But researches show that oral contraceptive may increase the required quantity of insulin,increasing the renal burden and the morbidity of Diabetic Nephropathy. Here the article makes a simple analysis for this thing,hoping it can help you. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more detailed information directly and quickly for free.

Oral contraceptive and the activated RAAS (Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone System) are the dangerous factors of Diabetic Nephropathy. The intake of oral contraceptive increases the renal plasma flow (RPF) and raise the blood pressure,which increases the risk of patients dying from CVD (Cardiovascular Disorder).

For patients with Diabetic Nephropathy,their systemic multiple systems and organs will also be effected badly owing to the renal damage,such as liver,brain,blood vessel and nerve,etc. In addition,renal hypertension is a common symptom because of the activated RAAS (Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone System). Both of these increase the risk of CVD and makes it more dangerous for patients’ disease condition.

Besides,oral contraceptive leads to a higher probability of proteinuria. This is bad for female patients with Diabetic Nephropathy and it may also worsen their disease condition. Proteinuria is very dangerous for our body. It may lead to malnutrition,edema and renal damage.

For female patients with oral contraceptive,their blood viscosity is higher than ordinary people. Adding oral contraceptive will increase the coagulability of blood,making a increased risk of cerebrovascular disease.

So if a woman is diagnosed with Diabetic Nephropathy,it is best not to take oral contraceptive. Other contraceptive methods may be more suitable for their physical condition. Asking your doctor to get permission that if your physical condition is suitable for oral contraceptive.

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