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Hole in kidney filter, protein in urine. Taking cencett, wysolone. Will this affect fertility?

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I want to ask one question. One of my relatives suffering from some kidney problem. Her actual problem is Protein is going out in Urine. So she is taking medicine for last 5 years.
Doctors say, there is hole in her kidney filter. due to this Proteins are going out.
Now she is taking some tablet name Cencett , Wysolone etc.

Can you tell me pls. Will it affect her Child fertility ? Can she eligible to give a birth ?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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I need to give few more clinical details to get a clear answer. However, As the patient ahs a condition called nephrotic syndrome, she has to be given steroids along with few other drugs. You have mentioned a drug which may be " cyclophosphamide" which is known to produce infertility. So, one should be careful in taking that as far as the dose and duration of therapy are concerned
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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