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Which Kind of Nephrotic Syndrome Is Difficult to Treat

Which Kind of Nephrotic Syndrome Is Difficult to TreatAccording to the clinical manifestation, Nephrotic Syndrome is classified into many types. Which kind of Nephrotic Syndrome is difficult to treat?

Clinical statistics show that about 40% of Nephrotic Syndrome can control their disease well with steroids. They seldom have relapse and can lead a normal and full life. While the left 60% of patients are difficult to control their urine protein. They have kidney damage more or less. And about 30% of kidney patients develop to uremia in 10 years. Here I list five conditions, which may make your disease difficult to treat.

No.5 Gross hematuria

If you have gross hematuria with Nephrotic Syndrome, it may make your condition worse. But do not worry, blood urine can turn negative with Chinese medicine.

No.4 Age

Adult Nephrotic Syndrome is more difficult to treat than childhood Nephrotic Syndrome. And old people’s Nephrotic Syndrome is the most difficult. Because with the growth of age, antioxidant ability becomes lower and lowered, and immune system will be poorer and poorer. As a result, kidneys become difficult to recover, especially for those patients over 79 years old. Their recovery rate is not ideal.

No.3 Kidney function

How is your creatinine level? Is it high? If your kidney function declines and creatinine level increases, the treatment difficulty will increase abruptly. Some pathological types, such as membranous hyperplasia nephropathy and crescent nephropathy may have damaged your kidneys once you find them.

No.2 High blood pressure

For patients with impaired kidney function, as long as we maintain the inner environment of kidneys good, your disease won’t progress, and it is even possible for you to regain kidney function. But if your blood pressure keeps high, it is bound to progress to uremia, especially for those patients who have high blood pressure in the initial stage. Therefore, be careful your blood pressure.

No.1 IgG (immunogloblin G) and α-globulin

These two indexes affect your Nephrotic Syndrome greatly. Therefore, when you see the elevated IgG and α-globulin, it indicates that you fall into a difficult situation.

Which kind of Nephrotic Syndrome is difficult to treat? Now you have a clear mind. No matter which kind of disease you have, you should set up confidence to fight against it. For more information on Nephrotic Syndrome treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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