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What Can Cause A Relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome

Is Onion Good for FSGS Patients Nephrotic Syndrome is not a severe kidney disorder, but it is troublesome, because it relapses again and again. What can cause a relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome? After reading this article, you will find the answer.


When you get infected, your body will produce antibodies to fight against the invading bacteria and virus. During this course, a lot of immune complexes come into being. With blood circulation, they come into the kidneys, which can trigger kidney inflammation, leading to the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

Over fatigue

Over fatigue can weaken your innate immune system so that bacteria and virus can enter your body easily, causing infections. Over fatigue can also decrease physical function, causing relapse.

Negative emotions

Nephrotic Syndrome can not be cured, which can put mental stress to patients so that they can not keep good mood or even affect their sleeping quality. Negative emotion is also a common trigger of relapse.


As we all know, steroids have many side effects if used for long-term. Many Nephrotic Syndrome patients reduce the dosage or stop the medicine without the instruction of doctor. This behavior is wrong.

Unreasonable diet

Unreasonable diet such as high salt intake, high fat intake or high protein intake can put extra stress on kidneys so as to cause damage to your weak kidneys.

Do not find a fundamental way for Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome is associated with immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. Steroids and immunosuppressants can inhibit kidney inflammation and stop protein leakage. But they can not eliminate immune complexes from the kidneys, so kidney inflammation can be induced easily. Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment can decompose the immune complexes to reduce inflammation. They can also set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. Moreover, they can make your whole balanced and harmonious so as to reduce the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

What can cause a relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome? Now we get the answer. In the daily, we should try our best to avoid them to reduce the relapse frequency. If you still have any other questions, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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