Whatsapp: 008615033420788

Online DoctorContact UsSite Map

IgA Nephropathy

You are here because you know someone with IgA Nephropathy. This section covers information related questions and concerns of IgA Nephropathy basics, treatments, symptoms and healthy living.

Home > Nephrotic Syndrome > Nephrotic Syndrome Healthy Liv >
Font Size A A A

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Smoke

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients SmokeCan Nephrotic Syndrome patients smoke? Cigarette is loved by many people, especially for adults man. As we all know that for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they usually have a strict lifestyle requirement in their daily life. Well, can nephrotic syndrome patients smoke? And then what kind of effect will smoking bring to the patients with nephrotic syndrome? Now, follow us and find the answer.

We all know that for healthy people who have smoked cigarettes for a long time, smoking can cause serious damage to their lungs, let alone nephrotic syndrome patients. Do smoking have an effect to the treatment of nephrotic syndrome? Most patients may consider that smoking seems to have no connection with kidney disease, including nephrotic syndrome. But here, we have to say the fact not the case. In fact, the reality is that tobacco contains hundreds of chemical composition and most of them are harmful, which will directly damage the lungs and make the alveolar epidermis layer damage to patients so that resulting in a decline in immunity. Speaking of nephrotic syndrome, it is essentially made up of various auto-immune diseases and excessive smoking may aggravate the illness condition.

Moreover, for nephrotic syndrome patients, the most afraid thing is infection, especially the upper respiratory tract infection. Therefore, smoking may indirectly lead to kidney disease aggravating or recurrence. In view of the above words, patients with nephrotic syndrome should give up smoking and maintain a healthy lifestyle try their best. Of course, if you have any follow-up questions about nephrotic syndrome, feel free to send an email to igacure@gmail.com or chat with our online doctors when a service dialog box popping up in your lower right corner, we are here to help you.

Finally, the question could be asked : is there a natural treatment for nephrotic syndrome? Fortunately, we are glad to tell you the answer is there is. If you would like to learn further information, please click The Newest Treatment For Nephrotic Syndrome In China, this passage is bound to help you greatly.

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.







Kidney Disease:


Related Articles
Important information in one quick click. Related Articles on IgA Nephropathy are designed to provide accurate and timely information in a short and easy to understand format. Choose the topics of interest to you and read, print or take to your next doctor visit.

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exercise for Speedy Recovery

Will Yoga Help Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Cure It Permanently

Nephrotic Syndrome Proteinuria and Swelling: Which One Should Be Treated Firstly

How Can Be out of Nephrotic Syndrome

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Only Rely on Steroids to Eliminate Proteinuria

Subscribe to Nephrotic
Healthy Living
Patient story
patient story
In our hospital, we have treated thousands of patients from 64 countries.


Latest Articles

Is Yogurt Good for IgA Nephropathy Patien

Because of its delicious taste and various health benefits, yogurt is a favorite for many people. Is ...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by FSGS: How to

Question: I am suman from India. I have a 3.5 years old baby girl who is suffering Nephrotic Syndrome...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exerci

Question: I am Nephrotic Syndrome patient, my proteinuria is 4 to 5 g with creatinine level up to 1 a...

Learn More

How Badly IgA Nephropathy Progress

Nobody wants their kidney disease to go into kidney failure, right? That is why a lot of patients car...

Learn More