When we have kidney disease and abnormal kidney metabolism, urine protein will rise. So, does high urine protein during pregnancy affect the fetus?
High urinary protein during pregnancy may affect the fetus and lead to intrauterine hypoxia. The factors of high urinary protein in pregnant women may be pregnancy induced hypertension, which leads to kidney injury and high urinary protein, which may also be caused by high urinary protein in the first three months of pregnancy.
Normal urine may contain small amounts of protein. Generally speaking, the test results are negative. When the content of protein in urine reaches a certain value, the test result is positive, which is called proteinuria.
This urine excreted by pregnant women is called maternal proteinuria. Excessive urine protein in pregnant women will have certain influence on fetus. Most of the reasons are renal function damage caused by pregnancy induced hypertension syndrome after pregnancy.
Hypertension during pregnancy (EH) is a common disease that occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy, such as hypertension, edema and proteinuria. It can lead to decreased placental function, intrauterine growth restriction, placental abruption, eclampsia of mother, premature birth of fetus and so on.
Suggestions: Pregnant women need to do a good job of health care during pregnancy. At the same time, pay attention to their health and intrauterine growth, and also need to go to the hospital for antenatal examination regularly. Pregnancy is a special period. Pregnant women need to learn to protect themselves, be careful when walking, and stay away from harmful substances to ensure the health of the fetus.