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Can I Play Sports With Nephrotic Syndrome

Can I Play Sports With Nephrotic SyndromeCan I play sports with nephrotic syndrome?

Nephrotic Syndrome, as we all know it is not a merely kidney disease but a group of clinical manifestations which can affect all the ages. For nephrotic syndrome patients, especially for Children, love playing is their nature. In view of this, you may ask can I play sports with nephrotic syndrome?

Generally speaking, nephrotic syndrome does not affect patients’ normal life, including play sports. They are allowed to play some sports safely and moderately, such as walking, cycling, swimming, golf, jogging and so on. At the same time, some high-impact sports which may worsen the symptoms of proteinuria, or blood urine for nephrotic syndrome like basketball, football, fast running, etc should be avoided try their best.

But for a few nephrotic syndrome patients who are on dialysis or kidney transplant, there will be few restrictions of playing sports. If you want to make clear whether a certain activity is OK for you just depends on your specific illness condition, you can chat with our online doctors in a service box which pops up in the lower corner of your screen or send us an email to igacure@gmail.com as soon as possible. We will try our best to help you.

Honestly speaking, nobody can control your life but yourself. That is to say, if a right treatment can be recommended in time, there is no doubt that you can live a normal life as a heathy person.

After years of research and experience accumulation, our experts experienced several stages of practical study, including taking Chinese medicine orally, hot compress with Chinese medicine, bath with Chinese medicine, cycle therapy with Chinese medicine, etc, and obtained a lot of valuable experience in TCM therapy which applies to eliminate toxins and wastes from the body, clean the blood, thus to repair damaged kidney and restore immune system thoroughly for nephrotic syndrome patients. The biggest difference compared with those western treatments is this therapy is safe, natural and no side effects.

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.

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