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Why Cold Causes Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse

Why Cold Causes Nephrotic Syndrome RelapseThough medications can calm down the edema, proteinuria, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia that most Nephrotic Syndrome patients suffers from. But sometimes cold can call these symptoms back. Why cold causes Nephrotic Syndrome relapse?

The occurrence of Nephrotic Syndrome is associated with your poor immune system. When antigen such a bacteria and virus invade into your body, your immune system will produce a lot of antibody to help you fight against the disease. During this course, massive immune complexes could be produced and enter into blood. With blood circulation, these immune complexes can go into the kidneys and deposit in it, which can trigger inflammation even kidney function impairment if they can not be removed timely. Steroids are a kind of anti-inflammatory drug, which can restrain the inflammatory reaction temporarily and increase permeability of decrease blood capillaries to control protein leakage. But when you catch cold, your body begins to produce antibody again to fight the bacteria and virus, which may worsen the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys so as to lead to relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

How to protect yourself from cold and reduce Nephrotic Syndrome relapse?

Nephrotic Syndrome relapse can speed up the progression to kidney failure, so you should know how to protect yourself from cold and reduce relapse. Only when you strengthen the immune system and remove the immune complexes from the kidneys can you live a normal life. Immunotherapy is such a therapy. It can cleanse the immune complexes from the blood, block the abnormal immune reaction in the kidneys, let our kidneys accept the fact that immune complex deposits in the kidneys, protect the damaged kidney issues and the inherent cells and repair the damaged cells. Short-term treatment can increase urine output, decrease creatinine level and BUN and increase poor appetite. Long-term treatment can avoid dialysis and kidney transplant and your immune system can also be strengthened.

Now you have known why causes Nephrotic Syndrome relapse and how to get rid of relapse. If you still have any doubt, please contact online doctor. We are glad to help you.

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