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Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Rashes

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause RashesFor Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they are no strangers to edema, protienuria, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia. Can Nephrotic Syndrome cause rashes? Rashes are common in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Nephrotic Syndrome patients are no exception.

How does Nephrotic Syndrome cause rashes?

Rashes may be associated with the accumulated urea nitrogen, which can stimulate skin, leading to rashes. Besides, Nephrotic Syndrome patients with kidney function impairment often have secondary hyperparathyroidism, which can cause hypercalcemia. Calcium deposits in the skin, leading to rashes as well. Moreover, atrophy of sebaceous gland and sweat gland of kidney patients can make the skin dry so as to cause itch and rash.

How to deal with rashes?

Sometimes rashes can make your skin very itchy so that you scratch it, which may give rise to anxiety. Thereby, you should keep calm and treat the kidney disease aggressively.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients should also keep the skin clean. Soap and bath foam are good for alleviating the itch. Phosphorus binders can lower phosphorus level in the blood so as to ease itch. Medicated Bath can draw out toxins through your skin so as to ease the rashes. This therapy is also helpful for kidney self-repair.

To improve kidney function is the root way to solve all these problems. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can expand blood vessels and block blood clotting so as to improve blood circulation. It can also eliminate immune complexes and inflammatory factors from the blood so as to prevent further damage. In addition, it can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis and provide essential elements for kidney self-healing. With systemic treatment, not only is your kidney disease brought under control, but also your whole body becomes harmonious and balanced.

Skin problems can affect the patient’s quality of life and it will become more and more serious with the development of Nephrotic Syndrome. Therefore, early treatment is necessary.

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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