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Can Insect Bites Trigger A Relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome

Can Insect Bites Trigger A Relapse of Nephrotic SyndromeIn summer and autumn, we can not avoid being bitten by mosquito and some other insects. Can insect bites trigger a relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome? Some parents can not help having such worry.

Insect bites may trigger a relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of kidney disorder characterized by proteinuria, edema, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia. It is associated with immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. Steroid treatment can suppress the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys, but they can not cleanse those immune complexes. That is to say, they can help you eliminate symptoms, but they can not stop the damage to the kidneys. Some inducement can trigger the inflammation reaction in the kidneys again, such as infection. Besides, long-term use of steroids can lower your immune system so that infection occurs frequently.

After being bitten by insects, it is easy for you to get skin infection so as to trigger the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome if you do not take care of the wound.

How to prevent the frequent relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome?

To prevent the frequent relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome, you should cleanse those immune complexes from the kidneys. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can combine with immune complexes, split them and remove them from the kidneys. It can also dilate blood vessels and speed up blood circulation to increase blood flow into the kidneys so as to reduce the deposition of immune complexes. Moreover, it can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis and supplement essential nutrients to speed up kidney recovery. Long-term treatment with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can make you whole body harmonious and balanced so as to reduce the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

Can insect bites trigger a relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome? I can only say it may be can. Frequent relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome can make your medical condition worse. 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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