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Can Infection Cause Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse

Can Infection Cause Nephrotic Syndrome RelapseA characteristic of Nephrotic Syndrome is that it easily relapses. Frequent relapse speeds up the progression to kidney failure. Do you know what causes Nephrotic Syndrome relapse? To know the causes helps you prevent relapse. Now let’s see whether infection can cause Nephrotic Syndrome relapse or not.

Infection can cause Nephrotic Syndrome relapse.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients often take immunosuppressants to inhibit inflammatory reaction in the kidneys to prevent further damage to the kidneys. But this kind of medicine can cause the decline of immune system and then exposes yourself to various diseases, such as infection and cold. When your body fights with bacteria or virus, a lot of immune complexes are produced. With blood circulation, they come into kidneys, which triggers inflammatory reaction. As a result, proteinuria appear again.

How to control Nephrotic Syndrome thoroughly to prevent relapse?

To control Nephrotic Syndrome thoroughly, we should strengthen immune system, remove immune complexes from the kidneys and repair the injured kidneys. Steroids and immunosuppressants can only help you achieve one of the goals, namely block abnormal immune reaction. You may have to take advantage of other therapies to achieve the goals, for example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can combine with immune complexes, split them and remove them from the blood. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine, which consists of immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune regulation, immune tolerance and immune protection. With comprehensive treatment, your damaged kidneys can be protected very well so that you won’t worry about its relapse and live a normal life.

Can infection cause Nephrotic Syndrome relapse? The answer is certain. If you do not want it to relapse frequently, you should take measures as early as possible. Our online doctor can help you make a personalized treatment plan if desired.

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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