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Can A Cold Trigger Nephrotic Syndrome

Can A Cold Trigger Nephrotic SyndromeNephrotic Syndrome patients have relapse frequently. Frequent relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome increases the workload of kidneys and worsens your state of illness. Many factors can cause relapse. Can a cold trigger Nephrotic Syndrome? The answer is certain. About two thirds Nephrotic Syndrome is associated with infection, especially cold.

Let’s have a look at how does cold trigger Nephrotic Syndrome.

Most people do not attach importance to cold. When bacteria and virus invade into your body, antibodies combine with them to make immune complexes. With blood circulation, they come into the kidneys. Because they can not be degraded, kidneys have to work hard to discharge them from the blood so as to increase the workload of kidneys. If your cold can not be cured timely, massive immune complexes will deposit in the kidneys, which over time causes kidney function impairment, leading to Nephrotic Syndrome.

Therefore, when you have a cold, you should treat it as early as possible. But avoid drug abuse, because some of the medicine have renal toxicity, which may cause further damage to the kidneys.

How to prevent cold and relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome?

Cold does not only trigger Nephrotic Syndrome, but also cause frequent relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome. For Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they should take good care of yourself and strengthen immune system to prevent cold. Besides, they should repair the damaged kidneys. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a common used therapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. This therapy can combine with immune complexes, split them and remove them from your kidneys so as to cease kidney inflammation. It can also dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to improve blood circulation, which helps kidney self-healing. When your kidneys repair themselves, you won’t worry about its relapse.

Can a cold trigger Nephrotic Syndrome? Yes, of course. For more information about Nephrotic Syndrome and our treatment, please contact online doctor.

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