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Is Proteinuria Curable for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Is Proteinuria Curable for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsProteinuria is a typical symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. It can be controlled by proper treatment. But under some inducement, such as overwork and flu, it comes back again. Is proteinuria curable for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? Not a few patients have the similar doubt. In this article, let’s have a quick look.

Whether it is curable or not depends on the treatment measures you take. For some patients, protein in urine gradually turn negative with treatment, but it relapses frequently, for some patients, protein is still in urine even with treatment, while for some other patients, protein in urine won’t appear. Which kinds of patients are you? Have a chat with our online doctor, you will get some personalized guidance on treatment.

-Conventional treatment for proteinuria

The most common used treatment for proteinuria is to use prednisone, cellcept, cyclosporin, cytoxan, GTW, etc. They can hep you block the leaky kidneys to stop protein leakage. For some patients, those medications are effective. But if you do not want to suffer from the side effects of steroids or you are steroid-resistant or steroid-dependent, you can try the following treatment.

-Treatment to repair the damaged kidneys

In our hospital, we use Chinese medicine therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup. They can cleanse the immune complexes in the kidneys to reduce kidney inflammation. They can also expand blood vessels and remove stasis to increase blood flow into kidneys to increase GFR so that more immune complexes can be discharged out of the body. Besides, they can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. When your kidneys repair themselves, protein can be blocked in body. And then proteinuria will disappear.

Is proteinuria curable for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? As long as your Nephrotic Syndrome is stabilized and it won’t relapse, proteinuria is cured. If you want to achieve such a good therapeutic effect, you can send your medical test reports to igacure@gmail.com. We can help you analyze them and give you some suggestions.

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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