Glomerulonephritis "interferes" sex life! You know what? What do you know? In the process of treatment of kidney disease, kidney disease patients must strengthen the kidney disease prevention measures, do a good job in self care actively cooperate with the doctor's treatment, establish the confidence of conquer disease.
The effect of glomerulonephritis on sexual function and sexual desire
Aggressive glomerulonephritis is characterized by severe symptoms, severe illness, and general nonexistence requirement. Chronic glomerulonephritis and the renal dysfunction and uremia that occur on the basis of this disease are associated with greater sexual relations. These patients have different levels of sexual function, which is characterized by decreased libido, erectile dysfunction in men, or loss of libido. Patients with chronic renal failure without treatment were significantly less functional and had a positive effect on renal impairment. Men who are impotent or penile can't sustain an erection by 80%. 75% of women with lack of interest in sex, sexual frequency decreases, orgasm weakened or lost, amenorrhea check or scarce, mammary gland atrophy, breast smaller and soft, vaginal lubrication bad, vaginal mucosa atrophy.
Drug use in chronic kidney glomerulonephritis and urea therapy has a significant effect on sexual function. Due to associated with high blood pressure, for example, in the use of methyldopa, guanidine b organism is not difficult or ejaculation ejaculation may appear when, for women have obvious effect to loss of libido and sexual orgasm. These diseases currently applications (such as prednisone) adrenal cortical hormone and immune inhibitors (cyclophosphamide, etc.) are many, the result will damage the gonads, causing serious sexual dysfunction.
The effect of sex on glomerulonephritis
Progressive glomerulonephritis is involved in sexual activity, exacerbates the disease, and causes the disease to be delayed or converted to chronic nephritis. Patients and their spouses should be fully aware of any activity that may trigger sexual desire. A woman with an aggressive glomerulonephritis is absolutely not pregnant, as this is likely to lead to uremia.
The sex life of a chronic glomerulonephritis is likely to worsen the disease. Because sexual activity consumes more nutrients and produces more metabolic products, this increases the burden of the kidneys. Chronic glomerulonephritis has a larger effect on pregnancy, such as mild impairment of renal function is normal or female patients can be pregnant, but if high blood pressure, proteinuria, tube type of urine, kidney damage is not pregnant.