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Can Nephrotic Syndrome Impair Kidney Function

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Impair Kidney FunctionNephrotic Syndrome is caused by different disorders that damage the clusters of small blood vessels in your kidneys that filter waste and excess water from your blood. As a result, protein which should be retained in the urine releases in the urine. Can Nephrotic Syndrome impair kidney function?

Nephrotic Syndrome impairs kidney function without effective treatment.

Steroids and immunosuppressants are the common used drugs for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to block the holes in the kidneys so as to stop protein leakage. But they can not cleanse those immune complexes from the kidneys, which are the root cause of kidney inflammation. Though symptoms associated with Nephrotic Syndrome disappear, those substances continue to impair your kidneys, which over time cause kidney function impairment.

How to prevent kidney failure for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

If you want to avoid kidney failure, you should eliminate those immune complexes from the kidneys and repair the damaged parts. Immunotherapy is a breakthrough in treating Nephrotic Syndrome. It combines western medicine and Chinese medicine, which does not only help you cleanse the cycling immune complexes in the blood, but also decompose the deposited ones in the kidneys. Besides, it can increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so as to prevent inflammation. It can also strengthen your innate immune system to reduce the production of immune complexes. And it can set up a good blood environment and supplement essential nutrients to help kidney recover. After a period of treatment, you can get rid of Nephrotic Syndrome. In order to achieve a better therapeutic effect, you should pay attention to a healthy lifestyle, such as diet, exercise and emotion.

Can Nephrotic Syndrome impair kidney function? Yes, it can. Therefore, importance should be attached to the treatment. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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