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What Causes Nephrotic Syndrome to Relapse

What Causes Nephrotic Syndrome to RelapseNephrotic Syndrome is an intractable disease. Though it may be got remission under the conventional treatment, it comes back at any time. In the daily, we should take good care of the Nephrotic Syndrome patients. Only in this way can we protect them from relapse. What causes Nephrotic Syndrome to relapse? This question is concerned by many patients. Now let’s have a quick look.

Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of kidney disorder characterized by massive proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, edema and hyperlipemia. According to the pathogenesis, Nephrotic Syndrome is classified into idiopathic Nephrotic Syndrome and secondary Nephrotic Syndrome.

Causes of Nephrotic Syndrome relapse

-Some patients do not follow doctor’s orders to take medications strictly. For example, some patients may reduce the dosage or stop the medications because of their side effects, while some patients may do not take medicine on time.

-Some patients may not pay attention to their diet. Too much intake of protein and salt can increase the burden on the kidneys.

-Some patients may be overwork. It can decrease the immunity of patients.

-Cold, infection, diarrhea, negative emotion and poor sleeping quality are all the contributors of relapse. Space limited, we do not explain them one by one.

How to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome relapse?

Now since we have known the causes of Nephrotic Syndrome relapse, we should try to avoid these factors. Besides, you should receive treatment aggressively. Here we recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM is relatively natural, so you do not worry about side effects. In TCM, we find that Foot Bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Mixture and decoction are very effective in controlling the state of illness. They can inhibit kidney inflammation, improve blood circulation, stop kidney fibrosis, lower cholesterol level, etc. With systemic treatment, both your kidney function and immune system improve a lot. A good immune system can help you fight against disease.

If you have any question about Nephrotic Syndrome and its treatment, please feel free to contact online doctor. We are glad to help you.

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