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The Knowledge About Nephrotic Syndrome

What Is Nephrotic SyndromeIn our daily life, we often heard someone suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome. What is nephrotic syndrome on earth? What are the symptoms of nephrotic syndrome? And how the nephrotic syndrome develops? The following content is the knowledge about nephrotic syndrome.

What is nephrotic syndrome?

Nephrotic syndrome belonging to primary kidney disease is caused by immune complex deposits. And it is not one disease, but any group of kidney diseases to damage kidney and affect the kidney function (especially glomerular filtration).

What are the symptoms of nephrotic syndrome?

1. Edema: different degrees of edema usually is the first symptom of nephrotic syndrome, and the serious patients often have serous cavity effusion.

2. Oliguria: the amount of urine is usually less than 400ml/d, even they have no urine.

3. Hypoproteinemia. That is to say, the level of albumin in the blood is low.

4. Hypercholesterolemia. That means the level of cholesterol in the blood is high.

5. Before found out nephrotic syndrome, the patients usually have the history of infection, such as the upper respiratory and skin infection.

6. They often have the symptoms of fatigue, anorexia, pale face and so on.

7. Sometimes they may have high blood pressure caused by water-sodium retention.

How the nephrotic syndrome develops?

If nephrotic syndrome can’t get treatment timely, it will deteriorate continually to renal failure even uremia. Besides, during the time, it also may cause many complications, such as infection, thrombus, acute renal failure and so on.

How to treat nephrotic syndrome?

The common treatments for nephrotic syndrome are glucocorticoid therapy, cytotoxic drug, immunosuppressive agents, but all of them have side effects. Such as glucocorticoid therapy, long-term glucocorticoid therapy promptly induces osteoporosis, whose severity depends on the dose and duration of the treatment, and it can effect on bone in a great degree. In order to treat the nephrotic syndrome more effectively and without side effect, our experts through more than twenty years research and experience accumulation develop into a natural and effective treatment, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you have interest, you can send your email to igacure@gmail.com, we will explain you in detail about the treatment.

Now, you should have a overall knowledge about nephrotic syndrome, if you have any unclear things, you can consult our online doctor or leave your message below, we will help you in 24 hours.

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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