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Why Anemia Is Seen in Nephrotic Syndrome

Why Anemia Is Seen in Nephrotic SyndromeMany Nephrotic Syndrome patients complain about anemia. And with the progression of Nephrotic Syndrome, anemia becomes worse and worse. Do you know why anemia is seen in Nephrotic Syndrome?

What causes anemia in Nephrotic Syndrome?

-Kidney function impairment

Anemia is closely associated with your kidney function. If your kidney function is affected by Nephrotic Syndrome, your kidneys can not secrete enough erythropoietin to stimulate bone marrows to make red blood cells. Besides, the impaired kidneys lead to the accumulation of waste, which destroys red blood cells. Both the two factors reduce the amount of red blood cells and then anemia occurs.

-Diet restriction

Nephrotic Syndrome patients have dietary restrictions, for example, protein intake restriction, fat intake restriction and fluid intake restriction. Sometimes patients can not carry out their diet plan scientifically. When your body are not able to acquire vitamins and iron, anemia also occurs.

Treatment for anemia in Nephrotic Syndrome

First, you should talk with your doctor to find the causes of your anemia. Under normal circumstance, anemia goes into remission after you supplement EPO, vitamin and iron.

But if it is caused by kidney function impairment, you should also improve kidney function. Only in this way can you put an end to anemia. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a kind of Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy, which helps you repair the damaged kidneys. Because it can expand blood vessels and block blood clotting to improve blood circulation in the kidneys. It can also eliminate kidney inflammation to prevent further damage. Moreover, it supplements essential substances to the kidneys to stimulate the DNA duplication so as to speed up kidney recovery.

With anemia, you will have shortness of breath, cold limbs, headache and some other symptoms, which may affect your quality of life. Therefore, you had better treat it as early as possible. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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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