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I planning for baby and I have SLE problem..can I to bee a mother



Patients with evidence of active SLE, especially lupus nephritis, should be advised to defer pregnancy until the disease is well controlled for at least six months. For those with renal insufficiency, counseling should include an assessment of the risk of temporary or permanent decline in renal function, You can consult a specialist and decide on to understanding your present state

SLE if it's undercontrol will not be a problem. Make sure you take a proper treatment to get te condition in control and then plan pregnancy accordingly


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