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Should I Marry with Nephrotic Syndrome

Should I Marry with Nephrotic Syndrome“I am suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome. I am only 29. Should I marry with this problem?” Nowadays more and more young people get Nephrotic Syndrome. And they may be afraid that marriage is bad for their medical condition so that they can not help asking such a question.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients can get married.

Whether Nephrotic Syndrome patients can be married or not depends on the medical condition of patients. Generally speaking, if all the symptoms such as proteinuria, edema, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia disappear after treatment and there is no relapse in 2 years without medical treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome patients can get married. If you still have symptoms, you had better receive treatment first.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients should pay attention to some details after marriage.

After you get married, you should moderately control the sexual intercourse. Because frequent sexual intercourse is bad for protecting kidneys and it may make you so tired that Nephrotic Syndrome comes back again. Besides, you should keep clean when making love in case that infection worsens kidney function impairment.

How to treat Nephrotic Syndrome and protect kidney function?

Steroids may be the most common used medicine to treat Nephrotic Syndrome, but they have side effects and Nephrotic Syndrome relapses frequently. Here we suggest a kind of natural therapy, namely Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy develops from Traditional Chinese Medicine. It can remove immune complexes deposited on the basement membrane and at the same time repair the damaged kidney tissues. Besides, this therapy can activate immune system, promote metabolism and improve internal environment of the body. Therefore, Nephrotic Syndrome does not recur after being controlled. And then you can marry without worrying about your medical condition.

In early stage of Nephrotic Syndrome, it is possible for you to reverse the disease. With the development, the difficulty of treatment will increase. Therefore, early treatment is needed. For more information, please contact online doctor.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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