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Why Nephrotic Syndrome Is Easy To Relapse

why Nephrotic Syndrome Is Easy To RelapseAs one common kidney disease, nephrotic syndrome is easy to relapse after be treated, which brings a lot of bothers and worries to the patients. So what are the main factors resulting in high recurrent rate and how should we lower its incidence of recurring. This article is about why Nephrotic Syndrome is easy to relapse, which may help you greatly.

The following factors may lead to incidence of recurring easily:

1. Infection

Although some symptoms like proteinuria, edema, hematuresis disappear after treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome, patient’s health still very weak, including their immune system. When some infections attack their body, nephrotic syndrome is easy to relapse. Normally, our body is able to remove immune complexes from the body properly, however, for nephrotic syndrome patients, this function fails and high levels of immune complexes will burden their kidneys again and finally, nephrotic syndrome can occur easily.

2. Diet

In our daily life, diet also be considered as a main reason that causes nephrotic syndrome relapse easily. For those patients whose blood pressure still very high, a low-salt diet is highly recommended to them. However, when edema and high blood pressure disappear, don’t be too pleased, you still should pay more attention to your daily diet. Having a healthy and reasonable diet plays an helpful role in avoiding the relapse of nephrotic syndrome.

3. Non-standard taking of medicines.

It is common that some patients stop eating hormones or reduce its dosage without their doctors’ permission. This is very easy to cause relapsing or even fail the effects of steroid therapy.

In fact, there are strict principles while taking hormones, therefore nephrotic syndrome patients should be under the doctor’s permission and guidance and have the medicine at the right time and with the right dosage.

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