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Does Fever Trigger You to Relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome

Does Fever Trigger You to Relapse in Nephrotic SyndromeNephrotic Syndrome can be stabilized by treatment. But some factors can induce its relapse. Fever is a common illness. Does fever trigger you to relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome? In some cases, it can. Now go on reading to learn more information.

First, let’s learn more information about fever.

Many factors can cause fever, but infections are the causes most common to see. When viruses, bacteria or fungi invade into your body, your body will take measures to cleanse those antigens so as to help recover. For example, it will produce a lot of antibodies, and it may also increase its temperature to strengthen your immunity. That is to say, fever is the result of an immune response by your body to a foreign invader.

How does fever cause the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome?

When your body fight against antigens, massive immune complexes will come into being. With blood circulation, they come into the kidneys, which may trigger the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys again, leading to the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

What to do with the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome?

Conventional treatment can only help you block kidney inflammation and reduce protein leakage. But that is not enough. To reduce the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome, you should boost your immune system so that those antigens can not invade into your body. You should also increase kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so that even they deposit in the kidneys, they can not trigger inflammation. Besides, you should cleanse those cycling immune complexes from the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys to reduce kidney inflammation. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can help you protect your kidney function and lead a normal life.

Does fever trigger you to relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome? It may. Therefore, importance should be attached. For more information, please leave a message below or contact online doctor directly.

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