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Can Steroid Cure Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Can Steroid Cure Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsSteroid is often used to treat proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome patients. Can steroid cure proteinuria? Now let’s learn more corresponding information about this. If you have any other question, please feel free to contact online doctor. All of our online service is free.

Steroid is a kind of anti-inflammation drug, which can restrain the kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of blood capillaries so as to reduce the leakage of protein. But as long as you reduce their dosage or stop them, your proteinuria will come back again, because the damaged basement membrane is not repaired. What is worse, using steroid for a long time can lead to a lot of side effects. If you want to cure proteinuria, you should repair the glomerular basement membrane.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is such a therapy. It is to infiltrate the shattered Chinese herbs into the damaged kidneys through shen shu acupoint with the help of osmosis device. When the active ingredients come into the body, they can remove the immune complexes from the blood and activate the DNA duplication in the damaged cells so as to speed up their recovery. Besides, they can restrain the kidney inflammation, dilate blood vessels, block blood clotting and degrade extracellular matrix, which are all good for kidney self-healing. With the improvement of kidney function, less and less protein leaks. Moreover, long-term treatment with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can improve your immunity and make your whole body balanced and harmonious.

There are also some other therapies to help you restore kidney function, such as foot bath, enema therapy and circle therapy. Space limited here, we do not describe them one by one. If you are interested, you can leave a message to us.

Proteinuria should be controlled as early as possible, or it will cause further damage to the kidneys, resulting in kidney failure quickly. Hope you can get rid of Nephrotic Syndrome and live a normal life.

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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