Polycystic kidney disease bring large harm to patient, especially for unmarried women, once diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease can be pregnant? Is unmarried women are very concerned about the problem, because this is related to a patient's life.
Most patients know that polycystic kidney disease is a genetic disease, so there are a small number of patients who find themselves suffering from polycystic kidney, they will worry about whether their disease will be passed on to the next generation.
There are two dominant autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive forms of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. Autosomal dominant inheritance, also known as adult polycystic kidney disease, is very common in clinic. Autosomal recessive inheritance, also called infantile polycystic kidney disease, is rare in clinical practice. What we mean here is polycystic kidney, which is generally referred to as adult polycystic kidney.
Adult polycystic kidney disease has a high incidence among middle-aged people, usually between the ages of 30 and 40. So, polycystic kidney is not necessarily genetic to the children? The answer was No. If both parents have one with polycystic kidney, chances of each of their children will have fifty percent of the disease, if both parents are suffering from polycystic kidney, chances that their every child will have seventy-five percent incidence. Therefore, for patients with polycystic kidney disease, it does not mean that their offspring will definitely develop.
Polycystic kidney patients, for their children, need to pay attention to regular check, because the age of patient, so if the genetic to polycystic kidney disease, regular check, can help patients with early detection of disease, early treatment. Regular examinations are also beneficial if polycystic kidney disease is not inherited.
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